Moriarty DWI Case Transferred to Cumberland Court

The NJ assemblyman's Aug. 8 hearing has been postponed pending the change of venue.

Assemblyman Paul D. Moriarty —it just won't be in Washington Township, , and it won't be Wednesday, as had been scheduled initially.

Moriarty's case has been transferred to Bridgeton municipal court in Cumberland County, according to the Washington Township municipal court. Wednesday's scheduled hearing has been postponed as a result of the change of venue.

Moriarty, 55, served as Washington Township mayor from 2004-2008. Washington Township also sits within the Fourth Legislative District Moriarty has represented in the New Jersey Assembly since 2006.

Bridgeton is located in New Jersey's Third Legislative District; its municipal judge is Jason D. Witcher.

Moriarty (D) has vowed to fight the charge, and claiming he had not consumed any alcoholic beverages leading up to the Black Horse Pike traffic stop.


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