Drunk driving exacts an enormous toll on our society. Every year, alcohol-driven crashes kill over ten thousand people, injure hundreds of thousands more, and cost the national economy tens of billions of dollars. States largely have been left to combat this problem through their own criminal regimes. Among the methods used to combat drunk driving is mandating a person convicted of driving under the influence/driving while intoxicated3 install an ignition interlock device (“IID”) in her vehicle as a condition of restoring her driving privileges.

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