Effective laws are essential to preventing the tragedies that result from impaired driving. Maryland has enacted major changes to its impaired driving laws over the last several years, including increased penalties and expansion of the ignition interlock program.
WHEN YOU ARE PULLED OVER AND AN OFFICER SUSPECTS ALCOHOL:
The officer may require you to submit to a field sobriety test and/or submit to blood alcohol concentration (BAC) test. Blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is the amount of alcohol present in a 100 milliliter (mL) volume of blood. For example 80 mg is 0.08 grams, 0.08 grams of alcohol in 100 mLs is written as 0.08%. In other words, 80 mg% is equal to 0.08% which is equal to 80 mg/dL (deciliter; 100 mLs). This value can also be described as 0.08 BAC. Above a certain BAC, you are legally considered impaired.
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If operating a commercial vehicle, you will be placed out of service for 24 hours and your CDL disqualified for 1 year for first refusal (3 years if carrying hazardous materials) and for life for second refusal. If you take a test administered by an officer and fail, you receive:
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First time DUI offense:
Second time DUI offense:
IF YOUR BAC IS .07 OR HIGHER:
You can be convicted of Driving while Impaired by Alcohol (DWI):
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If you are under 21 and found to have purchased, possessed or consumed alcohol, you face a fine of $500 for your first offense and $1,000 for your second or subsequent offense.
Anyone under 21 who violates their alcohol restriction must automatically participate in the ignition interlock program or face suspension. If assignment to interlock is for a second alcohol violation in 5 years, the duration of participation in the ignition interlock program is determined by how many times they have been assigned to interlock due to one of these violations.
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If you are caught selling fake IDs, you face:
If you are over 21 and knowingly furnish alcohol to a minor, you face:
What is Ignition Interlock?
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Any conviction for impaired driving mandates enrollment in Maryland's Ignition Interlock Program. Participants in this program are required to have an Alcohol Breath-Analyzed Ignition Interlock Device installed in their vehicle's ignition system.
"Our commitment to impaired driving prevention and our efforts to increase awareness of the consequences of impaired driving are stronger than ever. If you drink and drive, you will get caught and the odds have increased dramatically that you will be required to install an ignition interlock device on your vehicle."
John Kuo, Administrator, Maryland MVA
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Over the last 3 years, Maryland’s ignition interlock program has increased 66%. In November 2008, there were 5,500 participants in the program. One year later, there were 7,971 participants. Currently, Maryland estimates that there are almost 9,600 participants in the MVA’s ignition interlock program, and it is expected to grow even larger.
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