Are IID restrictions told to you at your hearing?

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Are IID restrictions told to you at your hearing?

Are all first offense DUI drivers in NJ
required to have an IID installed in
their vehicle? How do you know how many
months you need to have the device if it
varies? If you are required to install a
IID would that information be given to
you during sentencing?

Asked on August 2, 2019 under Criminal Law, New Jersey


SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 3 years ago | Contributor

1) Ignition interlock devices are not required for 1st time DUIs offenders in NJ: a court has the authority to order one, but is not required to and most commonly does not.
2) You will be told how many months it has be installed and used, if you are ordered to install one; you would be given that information at trial.

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