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Ignition Interlock Device Offenses; Violation of Court Order , section: 9-30-5-7
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Substantive DUI/Excess Alcohol Offense, Ignition Device Offenses
Sec. 7. (a) A person who violates a court order issued under section 16 of this chapter commits a Class A misdemeanor. (b) Except as provided in subsection (c), a person who knowingly assists another person who is restricted to the use of an ignition interlock device to violate a court order issued under this chapter commits a Class A misdemeanor. (c) Subsection (b) does not apply if the starting of a motor vehicle, or the request to start a motor vehicle, equipped with an ignition interlock device: (1) is done for the purpose of safety or mechanical repair of the device or the vehicle; and (2) the restricted person does not operate the vehicle. (d) A person who, except in an emergency, knowingly rents, leases, or loans a motor vehicle that is not equipped with a functioning ignition interlock device to a person who is restricted under a court order to the use of a vehicle with an ignition interlock device commits a Class A infraction. (e) A person who is subject to an ignition interlock device restriction and drives another vehicle in an emergency situation must notify the court of the emergency within twenty-four (24) hours. As added by P.L.2-1991, SEC.18. Amended by P.L.131-1993, SEC.1.
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