Breath Tests Get Support In DUI Wars
Judges may have another way to help repeat DUI offenders sober up for good.
Instead of blowing into a machine which keep their cars from starting, they may have to get their breath tested twice a day.
The proposal, approved by a House committee last week, would allow judges to place repeat DUI offenders into a new program, known elsewhere as “24/7 Sobriety,” instead of having ignition interlock devices installed on their vehicles. State law currently requires interlock devices for drivers with more than one DUI.
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