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Judge pleads guilty to DWI

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— A state Supreme Court Justice pleaded guilty to DWI in Albany County Court this morning, District Attorney P. David Soares announced.

On Oct. 17, 2012, state police observed Carl Landicino, 47, of Yorktown Heights, driving erratically, speeding and making unsafe lane changes on I-87. He was pulled over and allegedly showed physical signs of intoxication.

Landicino, who serves as a state Supreme Court Justice from Westchester County, told the trooper he was on his way back from a judicial conference.

He was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge, requiring him to successfully complete substance abuse treatment and pay a $500 fine. He must also have an ignition interlock device installed on his vehicle and attend a Victim Impact Panel and a Drinking Driver Program. His license will be suspended for a period of six months.

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