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    Sobriety Court

    The Sobriety Court legislation is a three-year pilot program (January 2011 to January 2014) that allows eligible individuals convicted of certain drunk driving offenses to obtain a restricted driver license after admittance into a sobriety court and installation of an ignition interlock device on vehicles they drive and own.

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