Officials Look To Crack Down on Drunk Driving During Fourth of July

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New Jersey law enforcement authorities will be out in force Thursday for the Fourth of July holiday, extending patrol through the weekend. New Jersey State Police said that patrols would increase, as law enforcement agencies look to squash drunk driving. During the Fourth of July weekend in 2009, 40 percent of drivers involved in fatal motor vehicle crashes nationally had …

Bergen County Divorce Lawyers: Changes May Be Coming to New York Alimony

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According to the Wall Street Journal, a New York lawmaker has proposed legislation to change alimony guidelines, which include setting new rules to determine the length and amount of post-divorce awards. The WSJ reports that the proposed legislation would abolish “sweeping changes” made to matrimonial laws just three years ago, which are used for current support calculation guidelines. “We’re really …

Meadowbrook State Parkway Closed For Six Hours Following Fatality Accident

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http://youtu.be/2fJDBKj4Ctg New York State Police in this FiOS-TV video discuss a fatal car accident on the busiest stretch of the Meadowbrook State Parkway (MSP) on March 4. The crash occurred on the southbound side of the MSP between the Southern State Parkway and the Babylon Turnpike. Two motorists, 76-year-old John Elder and 65-year-old Edward Ross, were attempting to get a …