NJ raises fines for using phones while driving
(AP) - Motorists who can't put down their cellphones face tougher penalties in New Jersey.
Higher fines take effect Tuesday for motorists caught talking or texting on handheld devices.
First-time offenders would have to pay a fine of between $200 and $400. Drivers convicted of a second offense would have to pay between $400 and $600. Motorists convicted of a third and subsequent offenses...