State v. Williams

In State v. Williams, the New Jersey Appellate Division reviewed a verdict from a de novo appeal taken from municipal court to the Law Division. Both lower courts held that the defendant violated a municipal ordinance prohibiting obstruction of a street in a public place when she painted over a street’s white lines with black paint and painted new white lines (wide lanes?). The Appellate Division vacated, holding that the behavior did not obstruct anything.

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