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DramShop

Dram Shop Law in New Jersey

By Michael P. Burakoff |

Some people get drunk on their own and cause serious crashes. Others get intoxicated after visiting a bar or drinking alcohol at a party at a friend’s house. When these situations occur, and someone gets injured or killed, a dram shop law applies. New Jersey is one of 30 states that has a dram… Read More »

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DruggedDriving

Drugged Driving on the Rise in New Jersey

By Michael P. Burakoff |

Drunk driving is a serious issue pretty much everywhere. Motorists know that drinking and driving is illegal, but many still engage in this behavior. A similar behavior that is also illegal is drugged driving. Drugged driving is on the rise in New Jersey. In 2015 and 2016, of the drivers who were killed in… Read More »

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HandSanitizer

How Hand Sanitizers Can Cause False Positive Breathalyzer Tests

By Michael P. Burakoff |

The coronavirus pandemic prompted most Americans to use hand sanitizers on a daily basis. While using a hand sanitizer can minimize the risk of contracting the COVID-19 disease, it can also cause a false positive breathalyzer test. In most states, breathalyzer machines are used by law enforcement to determine the degree to which a… Read More »

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DUI8

How Does New Jersey’s Drunk Driving Law Work in 2020?

By Michael P. Burakoff |

Many New Jersey residents are unaware of a new law that requires ignition interlock devices (IID) even for first-time offenders. Under a relatively new DWI law, which became effective Dec. 1, 2019, anyone convicted of drunk driving in New Jersey – even for the first time – is required to install the IID in… Read More »

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