BAIIDBreath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device
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The NCDMV (North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles) limits the convicted driver to a vehicle equipped with a functioning breath alcohol ignition interlock device (BAIID) supplied by a certified BAIID provider.
For more DUI practice resources, read IBJ cover stories DUI Law: the BAIID Era Begins in the December 2008 issue and Representing DUI Clients Before The Secretary of State in the November 2009 issue.
The new app will also be a useful tool for probation officers, attorneys, law enforcement, judicial and monitoring authorities when DWI offenders call on them for guidance regarding their mandate to install a BAIID or IN-HOM[R] alcohol monitoring system.