New York Supreme Court justice faces DWI | wsj.com

State police say a state Supreme Court justice is facing a DWI charge following a traffic stop in suburban Albany. Troopers say Justice Carl J. Landicino of Yorktown Heights was stopped about 4 p.m. Wednesday on Interstate-87 in the town of Colonie after he was spotted driving aggressively. Police say Landicino failed field sobriety testing and refused to submit to a chemical test to determine his blood alcohol content. He was charged with driving while intoxicated and traffic infractions, arraigned in the village of Menands and released with a scheduled court return Oct. 29. A call to Landicino, a justice in Brooklyn who was elected last year, was not initially returned Thursday.

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