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96% of DUI offenders wearing SCRAM device remained sober last year in Lancaster County

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.– Over 96 percent of DUI offenders in Lancaster wearing alcohol-detection devices are avoiding alcohol, according to recently-released data. In 2017, 745 people on bail conditions or probation/parole in Lancaster County wore a SCRAM device under the county’s DUI repeat offender program.

Only 25 people violated the conditions by having a drink, according to data released by Vigilnet America, which supplies and monitors the devices. In other words, 96.6 % of the SCRAM wearers remained sober.

 Read More: http://fox43.com/2018/02/22/96-of-dui-offenders-wearing-scram-device-remained-sober-last-year-in-lancaster-county/

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