Decal For Minor Drivers Doesn't Invade Privacy: NJ Top Court

Law360, New York (August 6, 2012, 2:40 PM EDT) -- The New Jersey Supreme Court on Monday upheld a controversial state law requiring young drivers to display red stickers on car license plates, holding that the law is not an invasion of privacy and does not violate federal protections.

In a decision upholding an appeals court finding, the state high court said that Kyleigh's Law — named for a teen killed in a fatal crash — is not preempted by the federal Driver’s Privacy Protection Act, does not violate equal protection, and does not give rise...
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