Senate Assistant Majority Chief Sandra Cunningham had no alcohol in her system when she was charged with Driving Whereas Intoxicated on March 4, toxicology reviews carried out by legislation enforcement.
“The State Police toxicology report inspecting the blood discovered no proof of alcohol,’ former Gov. James E. McGreevey informed the New Jersey Globe.
McGreevey stated that blood reviews did present non-narcotic, pharmaceuticals in her system. That’s in keeping with the reason McGreevey gave on the day of the incident.
A video of Cunningham’s arrest reveals her a barely disoriented however unable to move a subject sobriety check.
The 70-year-old Cunningham is taken into account a number one candidate to exchange Loretta Weinberg because the Senate Majority Chief. Weinberg isn’t in search of re-election to the Senate.
Cunningham had no major opposition and is a shoo-in to defeat Republican Neil Schulman within the solidly Republican thirty first district, which incorporates Bayonne and a part of Jersey Metropolis.
McGreevey stated that Cunningham was “grateful to nicely wishers who made honest presents of affection and prayerful help.
It’s not instantly clear if DWI costs filed in opposition to Cunningham might be dropped. She pled not guilty to the costs final week.