If I am arrested for a Los Angeles DUI will they automatically put an Ignition Interlock Device on m
If I am arrested for a Los Angeles DUI will they automatically put an Ignition Interlock Device on my car?
In a general first time offense, a judge may require you to install a California IID for up to three years in any case where he/she believes is appropriate to do so. Typically, this is usually only done on a first-offense if your BAC is at or above a 0.15% or if you refuse to submit to a chemical blood or breath test 0.7. However, a new “pilot project” went into effect in July 2010.
This law, Vehicle Code 23700 VC requires that every individual convicted of a first-offense California DUI in Los Angeles, Alameda, Tulare, and Sacramento counties must install an IID on any car he/she operates and/or drives .8 If this law serves as a deterrent.and the number of repeat DUIs are reduced.it will eventually go into effect statewide. The judge will order a standard first-time DUI offender in one of these counties to install an ignition interlock device for five months. If, however you are convicted of Vehicle Code 23153.a DUI causing injury.you must install the device for one year 0.9
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