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Families scarred by drunken drivers want interlock law fixed

Relatives who lost loved ones to drunken drivers

Relatives who lost loved ones to drunken drivers are calling on lawmakers to make the interlock law tougher. (December 30, 2012 5:42 PM)

A group of Long Islanders who have lost loved ones to crashes with drunken drivers convened a press conference today to call for a fix to a legal loophole, so that DWI offenders can't escape their sentences. The grief-torn group is calling on state lawmakers to address a provision in Leandra's Law, named for 11-year-old Leandra Rosado, whose life was cut short by a drunken driver. The provision...

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