Wyoming DUI Ignition Interlock Device Law
The interlock device will be required in the following situations:
If the driver commits a first offense DUI with a BAC of at least 0.15, the device will be required for 6 months
If the driver commits a second offense DUI, the device will be required for 1 year.
If the driver commits a third offense DUI, the device will be required for 2 years.
If the driver commits a fourth offense (or more), the device will be required for life, but the driver may appeal every 5 years.
A driver who is required to use an interlock device and drives a vehicle without one is guilty of a misdemeanor which is punished with between 7 days and 6 months in jail and a fine between $200 and $750. The minimum jail sentence for a second offense is 30 days and the maximum is 6 months. A driver who asks another person to provide a sober breath sample to an interlock device, as well as the person who provides the sample is guilty of a misdemeanor which is punished with between 7 days and 6 months in jail and a fine between $200 and $750.
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