New Jersey DUI Lawyer Explains Ignition Interlock Devices
As an experienced New Jersey DUI Lawyer, clients often ask me questions regarding Ignition Interlock Devices. In New Jersey, an ignition interlock device can be imposed upon you as part of your sentence. Ordinarily, an ignition interlock device will not be imposed on someone as part of their sentence if they’re found guilty or plead guilty if their blood alcohol content was below a 0.15. However, a judge is required to make that part of their sentence upon a plea or if you went to trial and were found guilty on any case where your blood alcohol content is a 0.15 or more. The standard is different based on the length of time that you’d have to put it on, whether it’s a first offense, second offense, or a third offense.
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