091208shame.jpgWhen Andrea Sangermano crashed into two cars on Long Island one night last May, she assured the arresting officers she wasn't drunk or high. And even though she could barely stand up, her breath test registered a blood-alcohol level of .00 percent. Only later did it occur to her to inform the cops that her behavior might have something to do with her being a diabetic in need of insulin. But that didn't stop Nassau County from publishing Sangermano's name and mug shot on their "Wall of Shame" of DWI arrests, where she stayed until yesterday, when a judge dismissed her charges. (The mug shots were also published on Newsday's website.) A spokesman for the county executive apologized but insisted "this is the first time" a defendant has been wrongly placed on the wall of suspects, who are publicly humiliated until proven ugly guilty.