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April 2014 Archives

New York officer shoots partner, arrested for drunk driving

People make mistakes. While some people expect that police officers will always make good decisions, that is an unreasonable expectation. A recent incident with a New York police officer shows that cops can make mistakes just like anyone else.

New York man faces harsh penalties for repeat DWI charge

Someone who has been drinking and makes the decision to drive might feel they have no other option to get where they need to go. When this occurs, the driver is usually very careful to obey traffic laws to avoid drawing attention to the vehicle. For one man, allegedly running a red light has landed him in trouble with the law.

New York City police officer faces DWI charges, license revoked

People usually expect police officers to uphold the law at all times, even when they are off duty. What some people don't tend to remember is that police officers are only human and make mistakes just like everyone else. One New York Police Department officer is accused of making a series of bad decisions that led to him facing drunk driving charges and having his license revoked.

New York man sentenced on drunk driving charge in fatal accident

For a person who makes the decision to drive after drinking alcohol, almost nothing is worse that getting into an accident. For one man, drinking and driving has landed him in jail for 90 days, but he initially faced a lot more time behind bars. New York residents might be interested in finding out about this case, which took three years to come to a close.