Not if you got a minimum mandatory sentence. If you were sentenced otherwise you could technically go to the court and ask for a sentence reconsideration, but your chances of success are low even with a lawyer, but we don't know the facts of your case or what you have done to rehabilitate yourself which would all be helpful to tell you, your chances.
The interlock is mandatory on a refusal, on more than a first offense DWI or a first offense with a .15 BAC or more. If the Court imposed a interlock the minimum time is 6 months on a first offense. If it was more than the minimum the time could be shortened but that would require the court to change its mind. Could happen but not likely. More information is needed there.
If it's a refusal or .15 BAC or higher then it's mandatory minimum 6 months you can file motion asks the court to lift it if it gave you more than 6 months and six months past. If it's under .15 then that was discretionary and you can ask the court to lift it now but you'll need a lawyer either way.
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