New Jersey Assembly Introduces a Bill Which Expands Implied Consent Statute to Include Blood And Urine Testing

A4284 – S2939 Expands Implied Consent Statute to Include Blood And Urine Testing. Originally published by TruckCrashAttorney.com               On June 24, 2013 the New Jersey Assembly introduced a bill to expand the implied consent of motor vehicle operators to include blood and urine testing. The bill would amend P.L.1966, c.142 which currently […] Read more »

Drunk Driving Defense – Mid Trial Discovery Admitted

Published by New Jersey DWI Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark.https://www.criminalcivillawyer.com/new-jersey-dwi-lawyer/   June 28, 2013, the Appellate Division affirmed the drunk driving conviction where defendant unsuccessfully sought suppression of an Alcohol Influence Report (AIR) because it was submitted after discovery ended. The defendant was appealing his August 12, 2012 conviction for violation of driving […] Read more »

New Jersey Blood Alcohol Testing Equipment

Published by New Jersey DUI Lawyer, Jeffery Harkhttps://www.criminalcivillawyer.com/new-jersey-dwi-lawyer/The equipment used to test drivers for their alcohol level at the 561 police stations around the state of New Jersey, the Alcotest, is to be replaced according to the  state attorney general says in court papers.  Why, after so much controversy??? Because […] Read more »

OUT OF STATE DWI CONVICTION

LICENSE SUSPENSION 05-2-8058 Foehner v. New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, App. Div. (per curiam) (5 pp.) Appellant Robert Foehner appeals from the Motor Vehicle Commission’s (MVC) denial of an administrative hearing before imposing a 3,650-day suspension of his driver’s license due to a fourth conviction for an alcohol-related offense. The […] Read more »

State of New Jersey v. Enright | DWI conviction and Laurick

In this morning’s Appellate Division decision in State v. Enright, the Court held that the Law Division is not bound by an improperly granted order under State v. Laurick, 120 N.J. 1 (1990). The order in question provided that the defendant’s previous municipal court DWI conviction could not be used […] Read more »