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September 2013 Archives

Court: OK to use inaccurate BAC monitors

In the state of New Jersey, your DUI court case could hinge on results from a faulty machine - and the state's Supreme Court condones it. A controversial decision from the New Jersey State Supreme Court will permit police officers to continue using a specific brand of blood alcohol content testing devices, even though the machines are known to have software bugs. The move will permit the police officers to continue administering tests during drunk driving arrests, despite the fact that the machines have been known to have problems for more than five years. The state's highest court had previously ordered manufacturers to fix several major memory deficiencies within the devices, but it overturned its own original decision.

Teen gets 17 years for girl's strangling death

A 16-year-old defendant has been sentenced to a 17-year prison sentence in connection with his role in the murder of a pre-teen girl. The young man had been charged with several felonies in connection with the case, which reportedly also involved the defendant's older brother. The girl went missing and was found dead in October 2012, according to official reports.

Man pleads guilty to child porn, 6 others implicated

News reports from New Jersey show that seven men have been accused of felonies in connection with an alleged child porn ring in the state. A full investigation was launched after a 23-year-old defendant was arrested in 2012. That man recently pleaded guilty to charges of child pornography and endangering the welfare of a child. He had a cache of pornographic images on his computer and implicated six others in the distribution ring. The defendant who pleaded guilty was considered to be the ringleader of the suspected operation.

Man charged with DUI, striking and killing pedestrian

A 22-year-old man from Rutherford, New Jersey, is facing criminal charges in connection with an alleged drunk driving accident that killed a woman from Carlstadt. The young man is currently facing aggravated assault charges, along with drunk driving charges and a citation for reckless driving. Those accusations were upgraded because the accident occurred within 1,000 feet of a school. In addition, since the woman died, additional charges may be on their way.

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