State v. Carrigan

CRIMINAL LAW — Drunk Driving

New Jersey Law Journal


The statute making it a fourth-degree crime for a motorist to operate a vehicle while his driver's license is suspended for multiple DWI convictions does not violate the ex post facto clause.

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