Douglas Herring Quoted in The New Jersey Law Journal on Curtailing Traffic Stops

Free Case Evaluation

In response to legislators curtailing traffic stops by implementing a bill that eliminates police stops for minor infractions, Princeton attorney, Douglas Herring said that “it’s worth it. There are no perfect solutions.” The goal of this bill is to reduce the loss of Black lives that have died as a result of stops for minor offenses. Herring states that this bill will solve more issues than the bill would create, as an inefficient municipal court is not the biggest problem our society has. Read more from The New Jersey Law Journal here.

 

Read Our
Latest Blogs

See all our blogs
man getting arrested for driving on suspended license after dui

What Happens If I Drive On A Suspended License After A DUI?

If you've recently been convicted of a DUI, it's illegal to drive a car while your license is suspen...

Read More
person being put in jail for dui offense

Will I Go To Jail After A First DUI Offense In New Jersey?

Have you been recently charged with a first DUI offense, and now you're worried about the possibilit...

Read More
See all our blogs