Nassau County Reinstates New York DWI Wall of Shame

The website with the controversial Wall of Shame, featuring information on motorists accused of driving while intoxicated in Nassau County, New York, has been rebuilt. Last week the site took down the photos, names and communities of 109 people arrested for drunk driving over the Memorial Day weekend.

Nassau County executive Thomas Suozzi said that the Wall was taken down so the names of 9 underage motorists could be removed. The inclusion of the identities of the younger drivers led to angry complaints from parents. Under NY DWI laws, a judge can grant

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