If you had to guess on which day of the year you typically consume the most calories, what would you say? Unless you’re an ultra marathoner or Iditarod trailbreaker, your answer is probably Thanksgiving.
According to the Daily Voice, police arrested a 27-year-old man at his home in Yonkers after he allegedly fled the scene of an accident. Detectives claim the crash occurred at around 5 p.m. in the eastbound lane of the service road leading to I-287.
Nothing ruins a night out with friends faster than a traffic stop that results in drunk driving charges. According to WIRED, fatal drunk driving collisions are on the rise. As a result, law enforcement personnel are more vigilant than ever when it comes to identifying and charging impaired motorists.
People who drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol do not do so with the intention of causing a motor vehicle collision, but getting into an accident is a very real possibility when impaired. Alcohol affects concentration, coordination, and even depth perception, and having these reduced faculties ultimately inhibits a motorist’s ability to drive safely.
Police know that people are more likely to drink and drive on holidays, so they take a more aggressive approach to identifying and arresting intoxicated motorists on those days. For example, they might send more patrol cars out in traffic and station extra officers near bars and nightclubs in order to watch for patrons who stumble to their vehicles after leaving the premises.
If you are convicted of DWI in the state of New York, it can affect your very ability to provide for your family. Even first-time offenders face a lengthy license suspension, which will make it hard to get to and from work on time or handle basic errands like grocery shopping.