Link. I'm sure he'll get lots of sympathy from the prosecutors. And if you ever wonder why our jails are crowded, this might be an example. Some counties just give him the "yeah, sure kid" attitude and then lock him up.
And some interlock companies have an uncomfortably close relationship with government. Did you know that in Wise County when an Interlock is ordered (by JPs) as a condition of bond (for someone arrested for DWI-2nd or greater) that a private interlock company's name and address is already pre-printed at the bottom of the order?