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What happens if I refuse to walk the line?

It may seem like a cliché, but if police pull you over under suspicion of drunk driving, they will likely ask you to step out of the car and submit to field sobriety tests. This means walking heel-to-toe, standing on one leg, and following the officer’s finger with...

How to fail an ignition interlock test

Having an ignition interlock system on one’s vehicle may give him or her permission to drive after a drunk driving conviction. However, it also comes with requirements the driver must take seriously. Failing to comply with the rules of the ignition interlock...

Interlock DWI violations can mean serious penalties

Minnesota drivers who are convicted of drunk driving offenses can expect to deal with a variety of consequences, including fines and the suspension of their drivers’ licenses. Under some circumstances, a driver may be eligible for the ignition interlock device (IID)...



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