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New Jersey police are being trained to spot drugged driving

As drunk driving has decreased throughout the country, the number of people driving under the influence of drugs has increased. When over-the-counter medications, prescription drugs, illegal drugs or some combination of them are in a person's system, they can become a danger to themselves and others on the road.

Refusing a breath test in New Jersey

When you got your driver's license and started driving in New Jersey, you automatically gave up your right to refuse a breath test to determine if you were driving while intoxicated. Should you decide to refuse, anyway, the police can have your blood drawn at a medical clinic in order to get your blood alcohol content percentage.

What should I know about New Jersey's Intoxicated Driver Program?

When an individual in New Jersey is convicted of DUI, the law mandates that the person must undergo and complete an Intoxicated Driver Program. Every county in the state of New Jersey has an Intoxicated Driving Resource Center, for first and third-time offenders. Second-time offenders must follow the program at one of the three regional centers located around the state.

Carteret police director crashes, gets DWI charges

The Carteret police director was in office for around three weeks following his election before he was involved in a single-vehicle accident at the end of February. In the wake of the crash, he's been given charges for driving under the influence.

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