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State v. Pena-Flores

... controlled dangerous substance, NJSA 2C:39-4.1(a); second-degree possession of a weapon, a sword, while in the course of possessing with intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance, NJSA 2C:39-4.1(c); third-degree displaying a false motor vehicle driver's license ...


Patel was fined in accordance with the statute's progressive fine structure for each of her four unsafe driving convictions. She also was assessed four motor vehicle penalty points for her third offense. The instant controversy arose over the assessment of four additional motor ...

State v. Bieniek

... contemplate that his conduct would cause or threaten serious harm," NJSA 2C:44-1(b)(2), we note that Judge Mulvihill discussed how "society has been trying to send a message to all people that if you drink and/or you use drugs you don't drive a motor vehicle." That message ...