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By Randy Ellis Staff Writer email@example.comOklahoma's new DUI law has a glaring weakness.
Regardless of whether suspects are arrested for drunken driving or driving under the influence of drugs, the new law relies on ignition interlock devices to deter repeat offenses while suspects participate in educational programs designed to permanently change their behavior.
Here's the problem: Ignition interlock devices will only prevent a vehicle from starting if it detects alcohol on the person's breath.Read more on NewsOK.com
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