Can my Ignition Interlock Device be Removed in Six Months?

published by Andrew Flusche on January 23, 2013

Ignition Interlock Device

Yes. If you’re convicted of a first offense DWI in Virginia, the law requires interlock for the first six months of your restricted license. After that six months with no problems, we would petition the Court to remove the interlock requirement. Assuming you’ve done everything you’re supposed to, that should be no problem.

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