NJ Supreme Court
In this latest test the justices, in a 3-2 decision, rejected regulations that would have required set-asides only in towns that had new development.
Alcotest replaced the Breathalyzer over a decade ago, and its accuracy has been challenged in court a number of times since then.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has heard arguments on whether the Christie administration can reorganize an independent agency into being less independent.
Appeals from the convicted killer of Megan Kanka can move forward in New Jersey thanks to a decision from a three-judge appelate panel in the Garden State.
Olympic runner Carl Lewis is running out of legal options to get back on the ballot for a Burlington County seat in the New Jersey State Senate.
New Jersey’s Supreme Court had decided that if you’re pulled over for drunk driving and refuse a breathalyzer test, you have to be told of the consequences — in a language you can understand.