Georgia first-time DUI offenders beware. The group Mothers Against Drunk Driving wants tougher laws for you.
This past week MADD lobbied the Georgia legislature for tougher penalties for first-time DUI offenders. The appeal has special significance as mothers that have lost a child to drunk drivers were part of the lobbying group.
One of the big pushes that MADD wants in Georgia is to require ignition interlock devices for all offenders. Ignition interlock devices (IIDs) are instruments designed to prevent someone from operating a vehicle when the device finds alcohol on the would-be driver’s breath.