Top prosecutor wants judges to impose the use of an interlock device, even in cases where drivers charged with DUI can avoid a conviction by serving probation.
Many states now require those convicted of a DUI to obtain and install an ignition interlock device on the car they drive.
All convicted drunk drivers will have to pass a breath test to get their cars to start under legislation that Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell signed into law Thursday. Virginia already requires ignition interlock devices upon the ...