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In State v Adkins, approved for publication, the NJ App Div. today has reversed the Glouc. Co. Law Div. and held that the requirement of McNeely DWI Blood draw warrant is a new rule of law that ought not be applied retroactively to the pipeline of pending cases. I suspect that the Supreme Court will grant certification if petitioned. But what will they do?

Jeff Gold

On 9/18/13 the Supreme Court turned tail and ran from the firmware change part of its own 5 year old Chun order, relieving the state of having to change the firmware at all.  Although dramatic, this changes very little as the State hasn’t changed even the most mundane firmware such as to daylight savings to date, and frankly I doubt they would have ever changed any software unless the decision today forced them to. The court has decided to maintain the status quo minus the firmware revisions, with a minor adjustment for 60 year old women.

Jeff Gold

The N.J. Supreme Court released its opinion in State v O’Driscoll today. Its a very narrow holding based on the facts of the case that the mistake of an officer in reading the old refusal form statiung 6 months mandfatory suspenion instead of the current 7 months, is not “material” . It did not reach the larger issue that the case was cited for ie the interlock discrepancy or the present refusal form. However it as much as the court announces the standard of materiality, these issues are left for another day

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