Until March of this year, my driving record and criminal record were spotless. I am 28 years old. I was arrested for OWI in March, after failing the chemical test (.11 was the result). The judge gave me a deferred judgment based on two years of good conduct probation and a civil penalty, court costs, and an emergency response fee totaling over $2,000. In September, I am eligible to get my license back (after the 180 day revocation from DOT). I have talked to some who say I will need the ignition interlock system, while others say that I will not. Does a person who receives the deferred judgment on a first time OWI have to install the ignition interlock system (for regular license after 180 days, not for the temp. res. license)?I was also ordered by the court to do several other things such as complete a substance abuse evaluation, 12 hour drinking and driving course, and abstain from possessing, drinking, or purchasing alcohol for two years. However, nowhere in the court order does it say anything about an ignition interlock device (IID).
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