An ignition interlock device is connected to a vehicle's ignition and requires the driver to blow into the interlock device prior to starting the vehicle in addition to blowing into the device while the vehicle is operating. This is done in order to prevent a driver from being able to start his or her automobile or continue to drive the automobile if there is a detection of alcohol on his or her breath.
This law is very helpful in many ways. First and foremost, this law will prevent drunk drivers from being able to start their cars. A second effect is that it will allow drivers who receive a DUI not to have their lives completely destroyed as a result of losing their ability to drive to and from their work. This law will allow many people to keep their employment after a DUI.
Not everyone will be able to get a hardship license, since the law is new and complicated. Now more then ever is it important that you hire the right lawyer to represent you in you drunk driving or breathalyzer refusal case. The experienced DUI lawyer not only can help you win your case, but now can help you in your effort to receive a hardship license.
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