The Associated Press
SANTA FE — Advocates of ignition interlock devices to combat drunken driving want to expand the requirement so that convicted offenders have to install devices in their home to detect whether they’re using alcohol.
The proposed requirement would apply to offenders who claim they don’t have a vehicle and are not driving, said Richard Roth, director of Impact DWI.
As a condition of probation, they would be required to have a home Breathalyzer and blow into the device in the morning and the evening.
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