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Saturday, June 4, 2011

Liquor License Violation - State Liquor Authority Issues Emergency Suspension of The Player’s Club Bar in Rockland County.

On May 25, 2011 members of the State Liquor Authority suspended the liquor license belonging to the Player’s Club, a bar located at 360 West Rout 59 in Nanuet.  The suspension was issued following the discovery of illegal drug sales and prostitution, in addition to a recent history of several violent assaults.  By law, the State Liquor Authority can temporarily suspend a liquor license if it finds that the public health, safety, or welfare is in immediate jeopardy.  The Player Club bar owners have been charged with sixteen separate violations of the ABC Law including: permitting the trafficking of controlled substances, paying employees off the books, employing unregistered bouncers, total lack of supervision, and employing dancers to induce patrons to purchase alcohol at inflated prices.  These new charges come in addition to twelve prior charges that were brought against the club’s owners for lewd and indecent performance, permitting drug trafficking and lack of supervision.  Most Common Liquor License Violations

James D. DiPasquale, Esq.

DIPASQUALE LAW GROUP

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