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Aug

21

Why Driving in NJ After Using Weed for Medicinal Purposes is Still Illegal

Marijuana is slowly becoming legalized around America, but it is far from being a legal right of the people.  Currently, there are only 30 states that allow any legal weed use, while only 9 of those allow it to be […]Read More

Aug

7

NJ Gun Laws: The Difficult Process of Getting a Concealed Carry Permit

Americans have always had the right to own a gun thanks our Constitution’s 2nd Amendment.  But the law says nothing about how easy any specific state must make it to be able to fully exercise this right. New Jersey is […]Read More

Jul

31

N.J. Cops Prepare for Weed Legalization by Training to Detect Drugged Drivers

With the legalization of weed likely down the road, New Jersey police stations are now training their officers to detect high drivers.  Since the testing for most illegal substances on the road is unreliable, this training is especially important to […]Read More

Jul

26

New Jersey Bus Driver Had History of Suspensions and Tickets

77-year-old bus driver Hudy Muldrow Sr.’s driving resulted in the deaths of 51-year-old teacher Jennifer Williamson and 10-year-old student Miranda Vargas and 40+ other injured students. Evidence from cameras and witnesses tell the story of the tragedy.  Mr. Muldrow missed […]Read More

Jun

19

Facts About Shoplifting

Despite being viewed as a juvenile offense by society, shoplifting is a serious crime that costs businesses millions of dollars a day. Broadly speaking, shoplifting occurs when a person takes merchandise out of a store without paying for it. Courtrooms, […]Read More

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