Bill Would Make Interlock Device Available to All N.J. DWI Convicts

, New Jersey Law Journal


New Jersey lawmakers have advanced a bill that would allow all convicted drunken drivers the option of having ignition interlock devices installed in their cars as an alternative to license revocation.

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  • I support the changes proposed with the use of an interlock device.

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    The fear of suspension and jail is the only deterrent. The interlock is an after thought and sometimes a joke.

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    Is this 1933 Germany.................???? It must be, because it sure as Hell is not America..........!!!!!

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    Has the legislature addressed the issue of how to satisfy the requirement to install an interlock device if the convicted DUI driver does not own a car? Can such a person ever get back their driver‘s license?

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    It‘s about time. We have been pushing this for 15 years.

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