N.J. State Police made ‘troubling’ amount of errors during traffic stops, according to a recent study. NJ.com recently published an article that described the results of a study regarding New Jersey State Police practices during motor vehicle stops.
According to the article, the study revealed that, “429 stops reviewed from Jan. 1 to June 30, the office found troopers failed to give Miranda warnings correctly in 74 instances despite recent training. In 16 instances, the report said, the errors were not uncovered until an internal review was undertaken.” see, NJ.com.
I would be re-missed by failing to add that, despite the study, our New Jersey state police officers are one of the finest branches of law enforcement officers in the country. Most New Jersey State police officers have college degrees and/or extensive military training but they are still human and commit mistakes. These mistakes provide defenses and can secure an acquittal of your New Jersey issued motor vehicle violation. To learn more, give New Jersey traffic ticket attorney Dan T. Matrafajlo a call for a free legal consultation.