NJ’s Supreme Court to make ruling on Kyleigh’s (creepy teen stalker ) Law
NJ’s Supreme Court to make ruling on Kyleigh’s Law
Young drivers in New Jersey may soon learn whether they need to display red decals on their vehicle license plates.
The state Supreme Court is due to issue a ruling Monday on whether “Kyleigh’s Law” violates privacy and leaves young motorists vulnerable to predators.
Named for a New Jersey teenager who was killed in a 2006 crash, the measure is meant to aid police in enforcing restricted privileges for young drivers. It was upheld last year by a state appeals court. (Associated Press)
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