Alabama DUI Enforcement Legislation
- August 18, 2012
In 2011, Alabama became the last state to enact driving under the influence (DUI) legislation that included the use of ignition interlock devices (IIDS). Under the law, Alabama courts are required to order the installation of IID’s for those first-time offenders whose blood alcohol levels are 0.15 or higher and for all repeat offenders. An IID is a small device that is connected to the vehicle’s ignition system. The driver needs to blow into the device to submit a breath sam...