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November 2015 Archives

Tips for avoiding drunk driving arrests this holiday season

It is almost time for the Islip Chamber of Commerce Annual Christmas Parade, Santa's arrival and Christmas tree lighting ceremony, which are all being held on Dec. 5 this year. That means that the holiday party season will be in full swing. This is the perfect time for a quick reminder about how you can avoid drunk driving charges this holiday season.

Options might be possible to avoid a drivers' license suspension

One of the penalties that can affect a person who is convicted of drunk driving is the suspension or revocation of their driver's license. Without a driver's license, it is difficult to get around the city, as they are accustomed to doing. It can make it hard to get to work or to get children to and from their activities. We know that having your driver's license suspended can adversely affect many aspects of your life. We can help you to explore the options you have for fighting a driver's license suspension or revocation.

Will self-driving cars actually stop drunk driving?

Some people have postulated that self-driving cars could put an end to drunk driving. After all, someone could just get inside, tell the car to drive to the house, and then go to sleep in the back seat—and the car would still be able to safely drive to the house all on its own.