Experienced Noblesville DUI Attorney
Required to Install an Ignition Interlock Device?
If you are convicted of a second or subsequent
DUI or OWI offense, the court will require you to install an ignition interlock
device in any vehicle you drive. These will be required to remain in your
car for a minimum of six months, but possibly longer as determined by
When you are facing a subsequent OWI, whether a second offense or beyond,
it is important to obtain legal representation from a skilled Noblesville
DUI lawyer. At
The Criminal Defense Team, attorneys Baldwin, Kyle, and Kamish all bring considerable experience
representing clients in OWI charges to our firm, giving us a deep base
of knowledge to draw from and assist you. Attorneys Andrew Baldwin, Mark
Kamish, Mike Kyle, and Kathie Perry are the only four lawyers in the entire
state of Indiana to have obtained the title of Board Certified Criminal
Trial Advocate from the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
Don’t wait! If you have been arrested for a DUI or OWI, call The
Criminal Defense Team and receive a
free initial consultation now!
What Is an Ignition Interlock Device?
An ignition interlock device (IID) is a gadget that connects a breathalyzer
to your ignition switch. In order to start your car, you must pass a breathalyzer
test in order for the device to unlock your ignition.
Additional penalties for a second OWI conviction in less than five years
- Jail sentence between 10 days and three years (possibly community service
in lieu of jail)
- Fines up to $10,000
- Drivers’ license suspension between one year and two years
- $130 license reinstatement fee
- State-approved alcohol assessment
With such immense penalties at risk, do not hesitate to secure the services
of a skilled attorney when you are facing a second OWI conviction. Don’t
leave your future up to chance; retain the skills of an attorney who will
consider all possible avenues to get to the best possible outcome.
Contact The Criminal Defense Team and get a Board Certified advocate on your side!