Noah's Law Enforces Stricter Regulations on Md. DUI DriversA new law in Maryland hits the books: Noah's Law is a push to keep drunk drivers off the streets. It will require all drivers convicted of a DUI to have a breathalyzer installed in their vehicle, only allowing them to start if the driver has not been drinking alcohol.
Slain Officer's Face To Appear On Ignition Interlock DevicesA tougher law to keep drunk drivers off the streets goes into effect on Oct. 1.
New Md. Driving Laws Go Into Effect SaturdayA number of new road laws will be going into effect on Saturday, October 1. Among them, is the Drunk Driving Reduction Act of 2016, also known as Noah's Law.
New Driving Laws to Take Effect October 1A number of new road laws will be going into effect on Saturday, October 1. Among them, is the Drunk Driving Reduction Act of 2016, also known as Noah's Law.
Governor Hogan Honors Noah Leotta in a Special WayIt's been nearly a year since police officer Noah Leotta was killed by a drunk driver in Maryland. The tragedy sparked a new law in the state and today the governor honored Leotta in a special way.
Hooters Restaurant That Served Drunk Driver Who Killed Cop To Shut DownA Maryland restaurant charged with serving alcohol to the drunk driver who fatally struck a Montgomery County Police officer will shut its doors instead of fighting to keep its liquor license.
Hogan Signs 144 Bills, Including 'Noah's Law'Gov. Larry Hogan has signed 144 bills into law, including an expansion of mandatory use of breath-testing ignition devices for drunken driving convicts and criminal justice reform.
Man Pleads Guilty In Death of Maryland Police OfficerThe man accused of causing the crash that killed a Montgomery County police officer pleaded guilty on Wednesday,