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Moriarty DWI Case Rescheduled, Again

It's the second time the 4th District assemblyman's trial has been delayed, and will set the matter aside formally until after the 2012 election.

Moriarty DWI Case Rescheduled, Again

New Jersey Assemblyman Paul Moriarty will still face a judge —he just won't be doing it until after Election Day.

Moriarty, whose term expires at the end of 2013, first was scheduled to appear Aug. 21 on charges of , where he served as mayor from 2004-08.

That hearing date was reset to this Thursday , a Cumberland County town outside of the 4th voting district he represents.

Now the trial has been pushed back again, this time to Nov. 8, a court official said.

Moriarty's attorney, John Eastlack, told the Gloucester County Times on Monday that he did not request the postponement, and was uncertain as to why the court had again delayed the hearing.

Moriarty has denied the DWI allegation; even so, .

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