April 2012 Archives

Two New Yorkers Accused of Subverting Interlock Law

New York state police recently charged two men with switching cars in an attempt to circumvent a court order in a drunk driving case. The order in question required one of the men, who had previously been convicted of DWI, to have an ignition interlock device on the car.

New York Drowsy and Fatigued Driving Can Cause Fatal Accidents

With National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data showing that drowsy driving and fatigued driving are at the root of 100,000 reported crashes across the U.S., a New York traffic official recently highlighted what is at stake for local drivers.

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