Will Noah's Law Affect You?

DUI laws often change, but a lawyer in Baltimore can inform you of any legal changes that could affect the outcome of your drunk driving case—such as Noah's Law. As this featured video explains, Noah's Law was named in honor of police officer Noah Leotta, who was struck and killed by an impaired driver in 2015. Noah's Law went into effect in October 2016.

The law sets stricter penalties for individuals convicted of DUI. For a first-time offense, they are required to use an ignition interlock device for six months. A second offense results in one year, and three offenses or more result in three years. Noah's Law also increases the amount of time drivers will have their licenses suspended for impaired driving.

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