Friday Fallout: Convicted Of Drunk Driving Seventeen Years Later

You can run and you can hide, but if you’ve killed someone because of drunk driving, you might not be able to hide forever. At Read More »

Do New York Ignition Interlock Users Need To Be Forced To Comply?

There’s a huge push when a state changes its driving under the influence (DUI) laws to include an ignition interlock law, but once the Governor Read More »

Want To Stop Drunk Driving? Ignition Interlock Compliance Is Key

If you ask Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and local law enforcement, they’ll tell you that there’s no question ignition interlocks work to stop drunk Read More »

State Drunk Driving Laws Mean No Two Sentences Are Equal

Once you’re charged with drunk driving, how you’re sentenced really depends on the state you live in, your drunk driving laws, and the judge presiding Read More »

Babysitter Charged With New York’s Leandra’s Law

If a person is determined to drink and drive or they think drinking and driving isn’t a big deal, it can be really hard to Read More »

Ignition interlocks Work, So Why Aren’t New Yorkers Using Them?

Ignition interlocks work, and they work well. Mothers Against Drunk Driving has stood up in support of the devices as the best method to stop Read More »

Drunk Driving Charge Dropped Because Driver Brews Alcohol In Her Gut

If you’ve driven drunk and submitted to a breathalyzer test, a drunk driving charge is a hard thing to beat. Driving under the influence (DUI) Read More »

Drunk Driving Crashes Can Cause Injuries That Last A Lifetime

There’s no question that drunk driving crashes claim the lives of thousands of people each year throughout the United States. According to the Centers for Read More »

New York City, Why Aren’t You Installing Your Ignition Interlocks?

Way back in 2009, New York State passed Leandra’s Law. Named for Leandra Rosado, an 11-year-old girl who killed in a drunk driving crash, the Read More »

First Person Convicted For DWI Under New York’s Vince’s law

New York is home to Leandra’s Law, a law created to prevent and penalize people who decide to drive while intoxicated (DWI) with children in Read More »