A police officer pulls you over on the way home from a friend's house. You drifted over the center line, he says. He wants to give you a breath test to see if you're under the influence.
New DUI laws went into effect in Georgia on July 1 of this year. Certain individuals accused of DUI will have the option of installing an interlock ignition device (IID) into their vehicle. An interlock ignition device requires drivers to blow into a tube attached to their steering column. If the IID detects the presence of alcohol, the car will not start. Additionally, any positive result for alcohol will be collected and forwarded to the authorities.