The statute making it a fourth-degree crime for a motorist to operate a vehicle while his driver's license is suspended for multiple DWI convictions does not violate the ex post facto clause.
N.J. SUPERIOR COURT, APPELLATE DIVISION
State v. Carrigan
New Jersey Law Journal
November 15, 2012
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