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Joseph Walker's minivan along the side of road following incident
Joseph Walker's minivan along the side of road following incident (WBAL TV)
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Does NJ Have Its Own Version of the Trayvon Martin Case? [POLL]

By Jeff Deminski:

A 40 year old New Jersey police detective by the name of Joseph Walker from Mount Holly has been indicted in the state of Maryland for murder.

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Maryland State Police
Maryland State Police
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NJ Detective Involved in Road Rage Shooting – Pulling Over Never Ends Well [POLL]

Over the weekend, a Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office detective shot and killed a man with whom he was involved in a road rage incident in Maryland.


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Joseph Walker, 40,

Road Rage
Flickr user: star5112
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We May Have Found The Worst Case of Road Rage in New Jersey [AUDIO]

Earlier this week, Deminski & Doyle were talking about a survey that came out which claims women have more road rage than men. Some people were calling in defending their gender.

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Parkway
Flickr user: Dougtone
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Our New Intern Has Recently Found His Inner-Road Rage

Road rage has been a hot topic today as a survey recently came out that claims more women have road rage than men.

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Repressing The Road Rage
Flickr user: Tvol
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What Do You Consider Road Rage? [POLL]

We have all run into an annoying driver at one point on New Jersey roadways. Whether they're slowing down the flow of traffic in the left lane or cutting you off for an inexplicable reason, it gets aggravating

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Governor Chris Christie talks with Jessica Rogers after signing into law S-1468, also known as Jessica Rogers Law
Governor Chris Christie talks with Jessica Rogers after signing into law S-1468, also known as Jessica Rogers Law (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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NJ Road Rage Bill Signed Into Law

Governor Chris Christie has signed into law a measure dubbed, "Jessica's Law," that strengthens the penalities for road rage incidents.

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor's Office
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Governor Christie To Sign Road Rage Bill Into Law

Governor Chris Christie on Friday is slated to sign into law a bill that toughens penalties for road rage.

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Road Rage Driver
Don Bayley, Getty Images
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Bill to Increase NJ Road Rage Penalties Passes State Legislature [POLL]

Legislation to toughen road rage penalties has unanimously passed both chambers of New Jersey's Legislature and now heads to Gov. Christie for consideration.

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Road Rage Driver
Don Bayley, Getty Images
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NJ Legislature Passes Anti-Road Rage Bill

Legislation to toughen road rage penalties has unanimously passed both chambers of New Jersey's Legislature and now heads to Gov. Christie for consideration.

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Dennis Road Rage Rant
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Road Rage Laws -Dennis Malloy Rant [VIDEO]

Road rage got you all flustered? Well it sure has Dennis annoyed! Find out why in this video rant.

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