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NY Gyms Not Obligated to Use a Defibrillator
While state law requires New York health clubs to
have defibrillators and train staff to use them, they aren't required to
use them when a patron goes down. That's the ruling of New
York's top court in the 2007 death of Gregory Miglino Sr., who collapsed
in cardiac arrest at a Long Island health club owned by Bally Total
Fitness of Greater New York. Gym staff called 911, broadcast an
in-house request for anyone with medical training and brought the club's
defibrillator to Miglino's side, where a trainer detected breathing and
a pulse but didn't use it. A doctor and medical student began cardio-pulmonary resuscitation, paramedics arrived and shocked Miglino, but he ...
Posted Feb 8, 2013, 9:59 AM by michael scibetta
No-Fault Divorce...what does it mean?
New York State has finally adopted a no-fault
No-fault divorce means that a couple need not
prove any instances of wrongdoing or abuse in order to file for divorce in a
court of law. New York is the last state to adopt this stance.
Under the no-fault law, which takes effect this
October, couples will be able to terminate their marriages within a period of
six months after declaring that their marriage is “irretrievably broken.” The
current law requires a reason, such as allegations of cruelty, abuse, adultery
or abandonment, all of which are codified within the New York State Domestic Relations
Law section 170.
Clearly, this new law will come as a great relief ...
Posted Oct 14, 2010, 8:37 AM by michael scibetta
FLASH...DWI LAWS HAVE GOTTEN TOUGHER!!!!
Effective August 15, 2010, there are new rules in effect for all New York DWI or Aggravated DWI cases. The rules apply to any motorist charged after December 18, 2009, and convicted or pleading guilty after August 15, 2010. The new law does not apply to convictions of DWAI, which is a traffic infraction, but to all misdemeanor and felony DWI convictions.
This is the second part of a tough new state law (Leandra's Law) forcing anyone with a DWI conviction to get a device installed in their car which requires them to pass a breathalyzer test to start the engine. The device is referred to as an ignition interlock device (IID).
The law was named after 11-year ...
Posted Oct 13, 2010, 8:03 AM by michael scibetta
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