I have a 3rd DUI. I enrolled in my DUI program. got the IID. and my insurance SR-22. Just applied for my restricted license as I just began all these things. DUI violation occurred 6-1-14, convicted January 2015.
Probation condition #9 states the IID.
if i get early probation termination will i still have to have the IID in the car? or is it only required because of my court mandated terms?
The court considers all of the terms your were ordered to do to be terms of probation, so they will not terminate your probation early if a court ordered item remains. However, the DMV and the court may order the IID separately, and if the court did not order it, or just ordered compliance with the DMV as to the IID, then it may not be at issue with the court.
Your attorney should be able to answer this best. Every case can be different. Usually the court conviction triggers the DMV IID requirement. Terminating probation will not stop the DMV required IID. The court could as part of a deal or sentence require the IID. Sorry to say but you will likely need to settle in to having an IID on your car. And having the IID is not all bad...
Many attorneys on AVVO.com offer free telephone consultations. You should contact a couple to discuss your situation right away. Also keep in mind that every DUI case is different and you should find an experienced DUI defense attorney in your area to help with your case. It is always in your best interest to have an experienced DUI attorney represent you.
Depends on the county of your conviction, in part. Speak with your lawyer.
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