Steven Epstein, a founding partner of Barket, Marion, Epstein & Kearon, writes that since the portion of Leandra's Law requiring that ignition interlock devices be installed after a DWI conviction, many have argued that offenders sell or transfer ownership of their vehicles to avoid that consequence. A new amendment which takes effect on Nov. 1 is a reasonable step toward reducing DWI offenses and the deaths they cause.
Bill Strengthens Child Passenger Safety Law
New York Law Journal
August 22, 2013