I wonder what it would be like if one of our gubernatorial candidates took the Donald Trump approach and told us they wanted to “make New Jersey great again.” Would they tell us we live in a state where we would have nothing to lose by radically changing a “rigged system.” Well, the argument doesn’t do a lot for me on the national level, but what about our fair Garden State?

I suppose you could look at the newspaper and make the argument that in the world of DWI prosecutions and Municipal Court proceedings, there are some real stinkers. You could point to the State Police drug laboratory technician in the North Regional Lab-Drug Unit, who is charged with “dry labbing” in analyzing drugs for prosecutions. Essentially, he is being charged with providing drug test results, without actually conducting required tests. Not good!

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