Interlock: avoid it as your first option
Recent changes in the law ushered in a statewide use of interlock devices.
Interlock laws in California are not new. They existed for many years in four “pilot counties,” Alameda, Tulare, Los Angeles and Sacramento Counties. However, the previous interlock law and the new one have important differences, one of which is that for first offenders, the interlock device in the new law is NOT mandatory.
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