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PA’s DUI law update – Ignition Interlock

In 2016 a new law passed changing the requirements for ignition interlock use in DUI cases. This new law is now in effect as of August 25, 2017. What does this mean for people convicted of DUI in Southeastern Pennsylvania? Under the old version of the law, a person who was convicted of a first-offense DUI which called for a license suspension was usually eligible for an Occupational Limited License (OLL) after a 60 day period of the suspension had passed. This type of license (often called a “bread and butter” license) allowed first-time DUI offenders to drive for limited… Read More