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Ignition Interlock Rules Change

A bill recently passed by the State Legislature, but not yet signed into law at the time of this post, requires those who have a prior conviction for DUI and who are convicted of Negligent Driving 1st Degree when the charge was originally filed as DUI or Physical Control, to install an ignition interlock device in all vehicles they operate.

The bill also requires an ignition interlock device for those convicted of Reckless Driving if the charge was originally filed as Vehicular Assault or Vehicular Homicide, or if the person has a prior DUI offense and the charge was originally filed as DUI or Physical Control.


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