COURT UPHOLDS KYLEIGH’S LAW, REQUIRING DECALS ON PROVISIONAL DRIVERS’ PLATES

The NJ Law Journal reports:

A New Jersey appeals court rejects a challenge to a controversial law that critics say too readily identifies underage drivers to The Appellate Division on Tuesday rejected a challenge to a controversial law that critics say too readily identifies underage drivers to potential predators. “Kyleigh’s Law,” which requires provisional drivers aged 16 to 21 to put small red decals on their license plates, does not unconstitutionally place them in a different class than underage drivers in other states nor violates a federal law that bars states from releasing private information about drivers, the court said in Trautmann v. Christie, A-3139-09. The suit charged the law violates privacy requirements established by the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act, 18 U.S.C.S. §§ 2721-2725, and the federal and state constitutions’ equal-protection and search-and-seizure clauses.

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I retired from the private practice of law after a 35-year legal career and fight parking tickets for people like you and me. I love sharing valuable information and beating NYC parking tickets for the driving community

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