New Illinois DUI Law 2009 Requires Alcohol Interlock Ignition Device for Cars

Effective January 1, 2009, first-offender drivers arrested in Illinois for DUI will be required to install a breath alcohol interlock ignition device (BAIID) in their cars, or wear a alcohol-monitoring ankle bracelet (SCRAM)  during a 6 to 12 month period, unless they successfully beat the Illinois DUI Statutory Suspension. The cost of the devices, ranging from $750.00 to $4500.00 dollars, will be paid by the arrested person.

That is why it is imperative that you immediately contact an Illinois DUI Attorney immediately, in order to increase the chances of avoiding this problem.

The entire Illinois DUI Law for Alcohol Monitoring Devices can be found by clicking here.

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