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-Ross W. Albers,Proven DUI Attorney

Maryland DUI Resources

Being arrested for a DUI in Maryland can be very stressful, but knowledge is power. We’ve compiled some helpful resources for you to take a look at to help you prepare yourself for your DUI trial.

If you have questions about your case, head over to our answers to the common DUI frequently asked questions. You can also contact us for a free consultation to discuss the specifics of your Maryland DUI case.

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Maryland Interlock Resources

MVA Interlock Information

MVA Authorized Interlock Providers (Schedule an appointment, and ask to have them waive the installation fee)

Draeger Interlock
1-800-332-6858

LifeSafer
1-800-374-5760

Smart Start Interlock
1-800-880-3394

Alcohol Detection Systems
1-888-786-7384

Guardian Interlock
1-800-499-0994

Alcohol Education

If you have been charged with a DUI, DUI per se, and/or DWI in Maryland, then it is critical that you complete an alcohol assessment and enroll in treatment before your court date. Contact one of the following providers to schedule an assessment.

(AEP) Alcohol Education Program Requirements

Classes and Treatment Locations

The Bergand Group

Catoctin Counseling Center

Columbia Addictions Center

Mountain Manor

North Carroll Counseling Center

Right Turn-IMPACT

Westminster Recovery Center

Common Terms

BAC – This is your “blood alcohol concentration.” It can be measured by taking samples of your blood, urine, or breath. BAC is measured as a percentage.

The Legal Limit – The legal limit for BAC is .08% in all 50 states. If you get behind the wheel of a car with a BAC of .08% or higher and are pulled over, you will be charged with a DUI.

Implied Consent – When you apply for a driver’s license, you are agreeing to be tested for intoxication if you are suspected of driving while under the influence.

OUI/OWI – These can be used interchangeably with “DUI/DWI.” Rather than driving under the influence, you are “operating” under the influence.

Breathalyzer – A device that law enforcement officers can use to determine your BAC.

Noah’s Law – This law, also known as the Drunk Driving Reduction Act of 2015, was design to expand the use of the ignition interlock program in the state of Maryland and to create harsher penalties for DUI convictions. It was named after a police officer who was stuck and killed by a drunk driver during a DUI arrest.

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