A 31-year-old New York woman was taken into custody after she crashed her car into a pole on Springville Road in Hampton Bays. Southampton police say that the car was the only one involved in the accident and that no one was injured. After making contact with the woman, police determined that she was under the influence of alcohol.
Advocacy. It's a tricky concept. No lawyer advocates breaking the law. Don't drink and drive. Not only does this act increase the odds of death or injury on the highway, DUI and DWI arrests create complications in your career and home.
This isn't the type of quiz that should make you break out in a cold sweat. Unfortunately, this type of quiz has implications that can have a much larger impact on your life than a pop quiz in your high school history class.
An alleged drunk driver is in custody after being involved in a crash that killed a 17-year-old New York bicyclist near a Brooklyn park. The accident occurred at approximately 8:45 p.m. on July 17.
You could be accused of assault for a number of different reasons, and if you're convicted, you might face severe penalties. Fights where you were acting in self-defense may be improperly portrayed to make it seem like you were in the wrong. Incidents you assumed were minor, such as heated arguments with family members or altercations that occurred while you were intoxicated, could lead to formal charges.
Police in New York take driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) violations seriously. In fact, over 100 people were arrested in Long Island for alleged DUI violations over this past holiday weekend.
According to an indictment that was filed in Manhattan on June 28, three men were charged for allegedly defrauding investors in films in what has been termed as an advanced-fee scheme. All three were taken into custody after the indictment was handed down.