Mississippi Ignition Interlock Devices Defense Attorney
How Does an IID Work?
An IID is a device that is tests your blood alcohol level. It is attached to your car's ignition system and will only allow the engine to start if your blood alcohol level is below the programmed limit. This means that if you have a high blood alcohol level, you will not be able to drive.
Ignition interlock devices are designed to ensure that you have not been drinking before driving by:
- Requiring that you breathe on it before it lets you start driving
- Requiring random tests throughout the time you are driving
- Requiring a specific breath pattern when you breathe on it
- Having a short cord which cannot be reached by passengers
Have you been arrested for DUI or are facing the possibility of a mandatory installation of an ignition interlock device in your car? You will need an experienced and reputable Mississippi DUI defense lawyer to represent you and protect your rights. At the Miller Law Offices, we have more than 20 years of experience defending clients against a wide range of DUI charges. We work hard to help you avoid the maximum penalties, including jail time, steep fines, and having to install an ignition interlock device (IID) in your car after you have been arrested for drinking and driving.
Start with a FREE DUI consultation to discuss the IID in Mississippi and how you can avoid these consequences.
Avoid IID Installation in Mississippi
In Mississippi, even a first DUI offense can result in the installation of an interlock device. For repeat offenders, this is mandatory. The driver must pay for all costs of the installation.
At the Miller Law Offices, our lead attorney has extensive trial experience, including in cases involving DUI and felony DUI. We know what it takes to put together an effective defense strategy and we work diligently to fight the consequences of a conviction, such as an IID installation.
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