A bill signed into law yesterday by Acting Governor Kim Guadagno makes it easier for prosecutors to get convictions for vehicular homicide or assault by auto against a person who illegally uses a cell phone while driving and, as a result, kills or injures someone.
There is enforcement, there are laws, legislation is heading through the Statehouse to up the penalties and punishments and yet, drivers in New Jersey are still getting behind the wheel while talking on their cell phones.
A bill advancing in Trenton would make it easier for prosecutors to obtain convictions for vehicular homicide or assault by auto against a person who illegally uses a cell phone while driving and, as a result, kills or injures someone.
Although the lawsuit was dismissed, there has been much debate over the last few weeks as to whether or not someone could be liable for sending a text message to a driver that results in the driver getting into an accident.
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