Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 1046, a bill extending the current Pilot program in four counties requiring the installation of interlock devices (IID) after DUI convictions in California. The new law will go into effect in 2019. The devices cost about $60 to $80 per month, with an installation fee of $70 to $150. The bill appears to include programs for low income drivers as the costs of the device can be a real challenge to some. It remains to be seen whether the court and the Department of motor vehicles will make such fee waivers so burdensome that the bill will, in effect, make it impossible for many drivers to continue with the daily responsibilities.
Getting arrested for a DUI in San Jose can be a stressful and confusing experience. You might have many questions about what happens next and what you should do. Knowing the process and what to expect can help you navigate this challenging situation. It’s important to remember that a DUI arrest is severe, and the […]
Facing a DUI charge can be a burdensome experience and frightening. You might feel like there’s no way to defend yourself, but that’s not true. There are several effective defenses that skilled DUI lawyers use to protect their clients. Understanding these defenses can be crucial in fighting a DUI charge. DUI defenses vary depending on […]
Driving under the influence (DUI) is a major offense in San Jose. If you’ve been arrested for a DUI, you might be worried about the future of your driver’s license. Following a DUI arrest, you might be wondering what to do next. Knowing your rights and the next steps can significantly impact the outcome of […]