Ignition interlock for DUI conviction among new laws taking effect Sunday in Va.

by on June 29, 2012

RICHMOND (AP) — Starting Sunday, Virginians have to bring identification to the polls with them, undergo pre-abortion sonographic exams, pay sales taxes on Amazon purchases and have ignition interlock devices on their cars if they're convicted of drunken driving. The interlock devices requirement comes as drivers prepare for the Fourth of July holiday, one that often sees an increase in …

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