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Should suspended drivers receive jail time?

Townsquare Media’s own Kevin McArdle wrote a story regarding a bill from two NJ lawmakers that would raise the bar for those drivers who continue to drive on a suspended license.

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Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini and Assemblyman Ron Dancer are sponsoring a bill that would make mandatory jail time for those convicted more than once of driving on a suspended license.

The NJ politicians used Patrick Clayton, a truck driver who fatally struck and killed someone earlier this year and had not had a valid license since 2006, as perfect example as to why this is necessary.

What do you think? Would this bill make NJ’s roads safer? Would the bill help stop people driving with suspended licenses? Take the poll below.

 

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