Leandra's Law Updates Target Tricks To Avoid Breath-Test Ignition SystemsConvicted 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.
Lawmakers Push To Close Legal Loophole In Leandra's LawOfficials 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.
Long Island Dad Carlo Guercia Charged With DWI Under Leandra's LawGuercia, 35, was pulled over after officers saw him swerving as he left Marjorie Post Park in Massapequa, according to police.
Saturday Marks One-Year Anniversary Of Leandra's LawSaturday 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.
Judge Sentences Driver In Leandra's Law Case
NYC Mom Gets Prison For Fatal DWI CrashA 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.
Man Arrested For Drunk Driving With 4 Kids In CarA man caught while allegedly drunk driving with children in his car on Long Island, will face some sobering penalities.
Ignition Interlocks Provision Of Leandra's Law In EffectDriving a car won't be as simple as inserting a key into the ignition for anyone convicted of a drunk-driving charge.
Second Phase Of 'Leandra's Law' Takes Effect SundayStarting Sunday, anyone sentenced for DWI, including first time offenders, will have to install and maintain an interlocking ignition device in their car.
Huertas Pleads Guilty To 16 CountsThere was a guilty plea entered Tuesday in the drunk-driving case that lead to "Leandra's Law" here in New York State.

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