This is a Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) generated media advisory regarding a press event that will occur on Friday, September 30 in Rockville:
Noah’s Law Stamp to be Unveiled Hours Before Law Goes into Effect
Sticker to be affixed to drunk drivers’ ignition interlock devices across Maryland as a reminder that Noah is still on patrol
WHAT: MEDIA EVENT to unveil the new Noah’s Law stamp that will be affixed to ignition interlock devices in vehicles of drunk driving offenders in Maryland starting October 1st – the day Noah’s Law goes into effect.
Officer Noah Leotta was killed by a drunk driver while on DUI patrol last December. His tragedy led to the long-sought passage of legislation to require ignition interlocks for all drunk driving offenders. The sticker will serve as lasting tribute to Officer Leotta and a poignant reminder that, as his father says, Noah is still on patrol.
DATE: Friday, September 30, 2016 – the day before Noah’s Law goes into effect.
TIME: 11:00 a.m.
WHERE: Circuit Court of Montgomery County – Jury Lounge, 2nd Floor, 50 Maryland Avenue, Rockville, Maryland 20850
- Rich Leotta and Marcia Goldman, parents of fallen Officer Noah Leotta
- Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett
- Montgomery County Police Captain Tom Didone, Commander, Traffic Division
- Maryland Motor Vehicle Administrator Christine Nizer
- State Delegate Ben Kramer, Chief Sponsor of Noah’s Law
- Donna Hathaway-Beck, Mothers Against Drunk Driving
- John Ulczycki, Coalition of Ignition Interlock Manufacturers
- Montgomery County State’s Attorney John McCarthy
- Montgomery County Sheriff Darren Popkin
- 3 X 4-foot enlargement of Noah’s Law sticker will be unveiled.
- Display of most commonly used ignition interlocks devices in Maryland.
- Ignition Interlock Car Demonstration in the circular driveway in front of Circuit Court.
Those with questions can contact Bill Bronrott, MADD spokesperson, at the following: