DUI DWI DRE: Impaired Driving Lawyer

Courts | Instruments   



Unofficial information about this Indiana legislation is provided by the following attorney or lawyer:

Click here for sponsor

DUI, DWI & Criminal Legislation in Indiana  

Ignition Interlock Device Offenses; Tampering , section: 9-30-5-8

Warning: This is NOT a government web site. The information provided herein has NOT been provided by a government. This information has been provided by a lawyer or attorney or student, for the purpose of providing basic information about the laws and regulations enacted by a government and the government offices that apply laws and regulations, and for the purpose of encouraging discussion and facilitating proper legal challenges related to the application of laws and regulations made by government. Citizens always have the right to challenge government. Citizens need independent information not provided by government about government offices, phone numbers, locations, and their services or lack thereof. Please note that the information provided may not be up to date. It is your responsibility to meet with a lawyer or attorney in person to get complete advice. Information provided by some government sites may also be sometimes out of date, sometimes incomplete, or sometimes focused on protection of government politicians, officers, policy initiatives, and interests. It is essential that you retain and instruct an independent lawyer or attorney to represent YOUR interests and inform you accordingly. 

Substantive DUI/Excess Alcohol Offense, Tampering with Ignition Interlock Devices

Sec. 8. (a) A person who knowingly or intentionally tampers with an ignition interlock device for the purpose of: (1) circumventing the ignition interlock device; or (2) rendering the ignition interlock device inaccurate or inoperative; commits a Class B misdemeanor. (b) A person who solicits another person to: (1) blow into an ignition interlock device; or (2) start a motor vehicle equipped with an ignition interlock device; for the purpose of providing an operable vehicle to a person who is restricted to driving a vehicle with the ignition interlock device commits a Class C infraction. As added by P.L.2-1991, SEC.18. Amended by P.L.76-2004, SEC.5.

Comments : 

Update this Section | Other  Legislation in Indiana

Add a Link to a Case or List of Cases for this Section

This is not the official web site for the  Indiana legislature. 



Add a Section






| Privacy |

  WARNING: All information contained herein is provided for the purpose of providing basic information only and should not be construed as formal legal advice. The authors disclaim any and all liability resulting from reliance upon such information. You are strongly encouraged to seek professional legal advice before relying upon any of the information contained herein. Legal advice should be sought directly from a properly retained lawyer or attorney.

Warning: This is NOT a government web site.