Salt Lake City Attorney For Ignition Interlock Matters
In recent years Utah has cracked down even harder on DUI drivers and other alcohol-related offenders. Some of the toughest rules surround ignition interlock devices. For conviction of certain offenses, installation of an ignition interlock device is mandatory.
In cases where the court doubts the individual’s ability or intention to not drink, an order may be made to install an ignition interlock system in the offender’s car or truck. Once this system is installed, you may not drive a vehicle without an ignition interlock device installed. If you try to get around the system or drive a vehicle without the installed system, your license will be revoked for a year or more.
The offender is responsible for all the costs and upkeep of the device. If you drive for a living, your employer must pay to have your vehicle or vehicles customized. Many employers consider the cost and hassle and will terminate you instead.
Experienced Salt Lake County Ignition Interlock Violation Lawyer
The ideal, of course, is to prevent the ignition interlock device from being mandated in your case. The Law Offices of Carl N. Anderson, III, PLLC, has successfully represented hundreds of individuals against DUI, and in so doing prevented the imposition of the device.
We have also represented individuals charged with tampering with the system or otherwise violating ignition interlock restrictions.
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Should you fight ignition interlock installation? Before you talk to police, talk to the Salt Lake City, Utah, lawyer for ignition interlock matters — Carl N. Anderson — at 801-336-4551, or write to our attorney using this online form.
Unparalleled experience building DUI and DWI defenses
Carl N. Anderson, III understands DUI defenses as well as any attorney practicing in Utah, Nebraska or Colorado. He can also assist with a wide range of other criminal charges. Contact the Law Offices of Carl N. Anderson, III, PLLC online or at (801) 997-9534 today to schedule a free consultation regarding your case.
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