Court Says Seat Belt Violation Can Be Criminal Offense

A driver who fails to use a seat belt or fails to require a passenger to use one may be convicted of a criminal offense if there is an accident resulting in serious injury or death, the Jersey Supreme Court ruled Sept. 18.

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