Kyleigh's Law Decals Not a Violation, Court Rules
Unanimous decision made to have red stickers placed on license plates for vehicles operated by new drivers.
The New Jersey Supreme Court said affixing red stickers to license plates on vehicles being operated by young drivers is not a violation of their privacy, according to a report on nj.com.
The court ruled 6-0 Monday, saying the decals don't make young drivers more of a target or more vulnerable to predators.
This isn't the first time the law has been under attack, however. The New Jersey Appeals Court upheld the legislation in February of 2011, after two New Jersey parents tried fighting the law to say it was a violation of privacy.
Kyleigh's Law was created in 2009, named for Kyleigh D'Alessio, a Washington Township teen who died in a car crash in 2006, along with another passenger, Tanner Birch.