|HB 2030-S - DIGEST|
|(DIGEST OF PROPOSED 1ST SUBSTITUTE)|
Modifies provisions relating to driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs.
Establishes the Washington impaired driving work group to study effective strategies to reducing vehicle related deaths and serious injuries that are a result of impaired driving incidents.
Creates 24/7 alcohol/drug monitoring to be administered by the criminal justice training commission in conjunction with the Washington association of sheriffs and police chiefs.
Creates the 24/7 alcohol/drug monitoring revolving account program within the criminal justice training commission to assist in covering the monetary costs of purchasing, leasing, maintaining, and using 24/7 alcohol/drug monitoring devices for indigent persons who are required to participate in 24/7 alcohol/drug monitoring.
Prohibits a court from waiving or reducing fees or associated costs charged for participation in the 24/7 alcohol/drug monitoring.
Creates the target zero account and the 24/7 alcohol/drug monitoring revolving account.