It will not get you back in court for your DUI probation since no conditions were imposed regarding an ignition interlock.
At your service,
Courtwise you will be fine. It wasn't ordered and so you just have to deal with the DOL issues. Don't violate your conditions and comply with everything so that you can get out from under other peoples expectations of you so you can just live your life.
Since you are not under court order to have the IID, it will not violate the conditions of your sentence and will not land you back in Court.
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