The former police chief of Scotch Plains, New Jersey, who retired in March, has been charged with driving under the influence after he crashed his vehicle into a utility pole in South Plainfield in September.
Legislation being considered in New Jersey’s state senate would create a new felony charge that prosecutors could levy against drunk drivers involved in fatal crashes.
A New Jersey State Police sergeant whose job was to calibrate Alcotest devices in several counties has been accused of records tampering in a case that may compromise more than 20,000 DWI convictions over a seven year period.
After spotting a vehicle driving without headlights, police in Basking Ridge pulled the car over during the late evening hours of Saturday, August 27.
It’s a widely held belief that police officers get special treatment from their colleagues when they’re accused of breaking the law.
Drivers who are caught operating their vehicles under the influence may be facing even harsher penalties in New Jersey if a bill under consideration becomes law.
A DWI is problem enough for anyone, but for drivers who are under 21 and charged with drunk driving, a conviction can result in a black mark on your record that can make auto insurance unaffordable or even unavailable to you for years to come.
Did you know that you can be charged with DWI even if your car is parked and your keys are in your pocket?
A 54-year-old Point Pleasant man has been arrested on a host of charges after a bizarre attempt to elude police.
After months of debate, the New Jersey Assembly has passed legislation that prohibits people from working as transit engineers if their driver’s licenses are suspended for DWI.