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Md. lawmakers plan bill to close ‘Noah’s Law’ loophole

Interlock device would be probation-before-judgment condition

ANNAPOLIS – Accused drunk drivers who are not convicted but receive probation before judgment in a Maryland court would be required to use ignition interlock devices for six months under coming legislation. Sponsors say the measure will close a loophole in the state’s landmark 2016 law named for a police officer struck and killed by a ...

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