Duquesne Law Review
The New Jersey Supreme Court has held that a social host who provides liquor to an adult guest, knowing both that the guest is intoxicated and that the guest will thereafter operate a motor vehicle, is liable for injuries to third parties caused by the subsequent drunken driving of that adult guest.
Kelly v. Gwinnell, 96 N.J. 538, 476 A.2d 1219 (1984).
Paul A. Verardi,
Torts - Negligence - Social Host Liability,
Duq. L. Rev.
Available at: https://dsc.duq.edu/dlr/vol23/iss4/25