New article “Sausage and Statutes – People shouldn’t see how either is made” relevant to New Jersey work license proposal.
Updates on Interlock Devices April 2015 – The possibility of significant revision to the New Jersey statute involving Driving While Intoxicated, took an abrupt turn at the last moment, when Governor Christie conditionally vetoed amendments to the DWI law which had been adopted by the Assembly and Senate. The legislation provided for continued driving privileges […]
The progress of proposed legislation in the New Jersey State Legislature involving ignition interlock devices and driving privileges.
The sentencing structure in New Jersey DWI cases may change dramatically in the near future with the proposed laws which would potentially ease the burden of license suspension in DWI cases, when drivers install interlock device in their cars.
During the recently ended Legislative Session, a proposed law allowing for driving privileges after DWI conviction with the installation of an Interlock device was nearly adopted.
The New Jersey State Senate and almost passed the Assembly during the last Session, when issues were raised about how this law would work.