Kulesh, Kubert, and Bolis’ Law Passes In New Jersey

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The Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey has signed a law allowing authorities to charge drivers with vehicular homicide if that person’s vehicle kills someone while they were distracted by a cell phone. Drivers caught texting while driving can be charged with reckless driving, just like someone who is drunk. The law will be known as “Kulesh, Kubert, and Bolis’ Law,” so named for three victims of distracted driving.