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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.

Kyleigh's Law Decals Not a Violation, Court Rules

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.

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This isn't the first time the law has been under attack, however.

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.

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