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Minneapolis Star Tribune
GOP defends its mailer on drunk driving law
Minnesota Public Radio News (blog)
It refers to legislation passed earlier this year to allow convicted drunk drivers to use ignition interlock devices in their cars. In a news release today, state GOP officials said the law “weakens penalties for people convicted of causing ...
Another round of GOP mailers draws ire from DFL, this time over drunken driving
Truth Test: GOP mailers flip context of DFL votes
Minnesota GOP mailer jabs DFL on drunken driving law
MADD Applauds New Jersey Senate Committee for Advancing Lifesaving Drunk ...
S 385/A 1368, introduced by Assemblywoman Stender and Senator Scutari, will require ignition interlocks for all convicted drunk drivers, including all first-time offenders. If the Senate advances this measure to the Governor, New Jersey would be the ...
Intoxalock® Adds Mississippi to Ignition Interlock Installation Network for ...
A first-time DUI offender in Mississippi is required to fulfill a 90-day license suspension, second-time offender is one year and third-time offenders is three years. In order to continue driving or regain their license, one must obtain an ignition ...
Ignition Interlock Devices Look to Curtail DUI Offenses
Ignition interlock devices are about the size of a cell phone. Designated drivers typically take your keys after you've been drinking. These devices will stop DUI offenders from cranking up, even if no one's around. Jackson Communications co-owner Jay ...
Alcohol vote; Ignition vote; Digital Memory; BEN Column, Oct. 31, update 2
Passage of S/385 A 1368 would require a first-time convicted drunk driver with a BAC of .08 to .14 to use an ignition interlock for a period of three to 12 months. The last third of the time on the interlock must be violation free or the offender will ...
Our View: Late turn for drunk-driving ignition key
Logic — and statistics — support the implementation of interlock devices. Rafferty said that states requiring all convicted drunk drivers to use an ignition interlock have reduced their DUI deaths by more than 33 percent. For the record, Mothers ...
More Ignition Interlocks Could Soon Be on the Road
Phelps should help push for ignition interlock
Michael Phelps was largely forgiven for driving drunk near Salisbury University in 2004 because he was 19 years old. The charge was reduced to driving impaired, his record ultimately wiped clean by the courts. Five years later when a photo of him ...
Jackson Clarion Ledger
Emma's Law changes rules for DUI offenses
The Times and Democrat
Under Emma's Law, those convicted of DUI, including first-time offenders with a blood-alcohol concentration (BAC) of .15 or greater, will be mandated to install an ignition interlock device on any vehicle they drive for a period of six months ...
Ignition interlock device's role for DUI offenders
Latest DUI bill draws fire from judges
New DUI Law Goes Into Effect Oct. 1
The Oshkosh Northwestern
Recent drunken driving convictions in Winnebago County
The Oshkosh Northwestern
Daryl V. Daniels, 29, 298 E. Huron St., Berlin; OWI (first offense); $924.50 fine, DOT license revoked, ignition interlock, alcohol assessment. Ernesto G. Gonzalez, 41, 4173 N. Orion Lane, Appleton; OWI (second offense); $1500.98 fine, local jail, DOT ...
Ignition lock order doesn't stop DUI suspect
PROVO -- A Provo woman with two previous DUI convictions and an ignition interlock device on her car was arrested early Wednesday morning for suspicion of felony driving under the influence. Provo police arrested Kary Ann Davis, 37, after witnessing ...