Noah's Law, also known as The Drunk Driving Reduction Act of 2016, is named after Montgomery County Police Officer Noah Leotta, who was struck and killed by a drunk driver in December 2015.
No. You are required to obtain a Maryland Driver's License with an "Interlock Restriction," which prohibits you from driving any vehicle without an interlock device.
You are, however, permitted to drive an interlock equipped vehicle at any time, and for any reason.
Yes. This is a SECOND license restriction that is in addition to any suspension you served because of your breath test result, or because of a refusal.
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