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New Jersey has an implied consent statute that every driver agrees to submit to a breath test when police request one due to suspicions of DWI. If you refuse to submit a breath sample, there are consequences such as the suspension of your driver’s license. http://ow.ly/2cAs309yEMJ

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The consequences of failure to appear in court vary depending on the type of crime at hand and the frequency in which you have missed your hearings.  http://ow.ly/qqZW309yEMI

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 in some rare instances, a person may use only a small amount of a substance and that amount may trigger a disproportional biological reaction to the substance. http://ow.ly/JkgP309yEMH

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Too many people make a split-second decision to read or respond to a text message and end up facing a traffic ticket from New Jersey police.  http://ow.ly/4Bik309yEME

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Crimes are classified according to two types of intent: specific and general intent. The main difference between the two is if the defendant intended the conduct and the result or only the conduct. http://ow.ly/tvPm309yEMy

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Since BAC is not necessarily an accurate reader of the use of other illegal, prescription, or over the counter drugs, it is not necessary to have a successful filing of a DUI or DWI charge.  http://ow.ly/72L6309yEMw

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FAQ: What is the Process of Obtaining an Expungement in NJ? Without going into overwhelming detail, the process of obtaining an expungement involves petitioning the court with jurisdiction over your case to grant an expungement, and if it is granted, informing various state agencies about the expungement. It requires that you track down the information regarding your arrest and any court records that may exist and filing a significant amount of paperwork with the court. http://ow.ly/QJbK309yEMu

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Civil forfeiture is a way for the government to seize property from certain accused criminal offenders as allowed by NJ law.  http://ow.ly/SDtA309yEMs

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DWI convictions, traffic violation points, unpaid MVC fees, failure to pay child support, and failure to appear at a court date are all common reasons why you may lose your driving privileges in NJ. http://ow.ly/daey309yEMo

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While the pedestrian may be taking a risk with their own life for entering into a crosswalk on a busy road, it is the cars around the walker who are ultimately responsible for stopping in time and allowing that person to pass through unencumbered.  http://ow.ly/reT7309yEMk
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