Court Rules creepy Kyleigh’s Law not flawed
New Jersey’s (creepy stalker) young-driver law not flawed, court concludes
New Jersey’s young-driver law, which requires novice motorists to display a red decal on their cars’ license plates, doesn’t violate privacy protections, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled.
The state’s highest court rejected a challenge to the statute, known as Kyleigh’s Law, which argued the provision unfairly singles out a class of motorists in the state, where the driving privileges for young motorists expand in stages, and violates constitutional protections.
The law properly covers only “the group of drivers who are at specific stages of New Jersey’s graduated driver’s license system, which governs only drivers who have permits or licenses issued by this state,” the court concluded. (Feeley, Bloomberg)