Angelica's Law passes in New York Senate after 15 years

Angelica's Law would make it a felony to drive after five license suspensions rather than the current 10.

News 12 Staff

Jun 9, 2023, 4:36 PM

Updated 349 days ago

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A new measure in memory of a Long Island teenager has passed in the state Senate
Angelica's Law would make it a felony to drive after five license suspensions rather than the current 10.
Dawn Nappi has been fighting for its approval for 15 years.
Nappi's 14-year-old daughter Angelica was killed in 2008 by a driver in Medford whose license had been suspended seven times.
The bill now heads to the governor’s desk for her signature.        


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