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Project Drive Sober: Ankle device aims to keep OWI offenders sober

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Project Drive Sober: Ankle device aims to keep OWI offenders sober

Project Drive Sober: Ankle device aims to keep OWI offenders sober

The punishment for driving drunk can range from fines to jail time, but it can also include something else that aims to keep offenders from consuming any alcohol at all.

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