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Resource ID: #24382
Subject: Courts
Source: Gazette Journal (Reno, Nev.)
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Date: 11/22/2009; 12/04/2009; 12/20/2009; 01/17/2010

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This investigation found a number of frightening facts, which could change many lives. One of the first findings is “judges have not been following a 1997 law that requires them to order the installation of interlock devices for all offenders convicted of DUIs causing death or substantial bodily harm.” Also, many previous offenders were convicted of a second DUI and had blood alcohol levels (BACs) considered of those with an alcohol abuse problem. Further, found that DUI offenders released from prison didn't have their licenses restricted for three years after the conviction.

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