Convicted drunken drivers are too often lying about not owning cars to avoid having to use breath-test ignition systems to drive, Nassau County’s district attorney says.
Officials called on state lawmakers to close a loophole allowing convicted drunk divers to avoid the mandatory ignition interlock requirement under the anti-drunk driving measure.
Guercia, 35, was pulled over after officers saw him swerving as he left Marjorie Post Park in Massapequa, according to police.
Saturday was a bittersweet anniversary in New York, as it marked one full year since the passage of Leandra’s Law. The bill was named for a child killed while riding in the care of a drunk driver.
NEW YORK (CBS 2) — A Manhattan judge sentenced on Friday the woman whose actions led to tougher drunk driving laws in New York. A judge sentenced 31-year-old Carmen Huertas to four to 12 years […]
A mother will spend four to 12 years in prison for drunkenly driving a station wagon full of children and crashing, killing one of them, as they headed to a slumber party.
A man caught while allegedly drunk driving with children in his car on Long Island, will face some sobering penalities.
Driving a car won’t be as simple as inserting a key into the ignition for anyone convicted of a drunk-driving charge.
Starting Sunday, anyone sentenced for DWI, including first time offenders, will have to install and maintain an interlocking ignition device in their car.
There was a guilty plea entered Tuesday in the drunk-driving case that lead to “Leandra’s Law” here in New York State.