Ignition interlock devices for those caught driving under the influence

by on March 16, 2011

Anyone convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol in Oklahoma would have to install an ignition interlock device on their vehicle for two years under a bill passed by the Oklahoma State Senate.

This is a good start at trying to curb the problem of drinking and driving.  What it does not do is address the fact that the Judge says NO Drinking while on probation.  The only real way to monitor and deter repeat offenders is to fit them with an Alcohol Monitor and penalize them each and every time they disregard the judges order

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