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Man sentenced to probation for assault by auto in Sussex County

NEWTON, NJ (Sussex County) – A Morris County man was sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to assault by auto, according to Acting Sussex County Prosecutor Annmarie Taggart.

Raymond Dziadul, 43, of Mount Arlington Borough was sentenced on August 5 before the Honorable Michael C. Gaus, J.S.C. at the Sussex County Courthouse in Newton, Taggart said.

Dziadul was sentenced to two years of non-custodial probation. In addition to the standard conditions of probation, he must also complete 200 hours of community service, complete a Substance Abuse Evaluation and follow all recommendations, and submit a DNA sample, Taggart said.

Dziadul had previously been sentenced on June 10 to four months loss of license, nine months of interlock after suspension, twelve hours of Intoxicated Driver Resource Center, and $689.00 in fines on a related driving while intoxicated motor vehicle summons, Taggart said.

Dziadul pled guilty on June 10 to fourth-degree assault by auto, Taggart said.

According to Taggart, Dziadul admitted to driving under the influence of alcohol, which subsequently led to a motor vehicle accident in which a pedestrian was struck and injured.

Dziadul was represented by Carl Zoecklein, Esq. and the State was represented by Special Deputy Attorney General and Acting Assistant Prosecutor Brent M. Rafuse.

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