The United States has the dubious distinction of being one of the most if not the most dangerous country for drivers, at least when comes to the number of traffic fatalities that happen in New York and in the other states across this country.
A New York woman, although almost 80 years old, is facing serious charges relating to an alleged drunk driving incident that injured 9 people in a town just a few miles from White Plains. Of these 9 people, 5 were taken to hospitals and 4 were described as critically injured.
As is the case in other parts of New York, residents of White Plains who have the misfortune of being accused of a drug possession crime or even, in some cases, selling or manufacturing drugs can attempt to get involved in the local drug court or participate in another type of diversion program.
While other states have laws pertaining to knives, New York's regulations are known for being somewhat strict. They are rigorous enough where even a well-meaning resident of White Plains could find herself in trouble for possessing or illegally distributing knives. These charges are serious and can carry with them long-term consequences.
Although no motorist really wants a traffic ticket, particular types of traffic violations can spell a lot of additional trouble for truck drivers and others in New York who hold a commercial drivers' license and rely on it for their livelihood.
No White Plains, New York, resident really wants to deal with the fallout from a traffic ticket. In addition to a few hundred dollars in fines, a ticket also can mean higher insurance rates and licensing problems.
While it is common to find posts on family law issues, particularly divorce, many of them highlight the emotional difficulties that can come with a split. After all, some regard divorce with the same emotional pain that the death of a loved one can bring. Such pain can spill over into other areas of a person’s life, affecting both personal and professional relationships.