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California Senate bill to require all DUI offenders to have interlock device installed

The California State Senate has passed draft legislation that would require all convicted drink driving offenders to install an alcohol interlock device in their vehicles. State Senator Jerry Hill and the California Senate Appropriations Committee recently approved SB 1046, which would expand the state’s interlock device pilot program from four to all 58 of the state’s counties. Offenders could have the devices installed in their vehicles for more than a year, depending on the severity of the offense. The bill will now pass to the California State Assembly for consideration.

 

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