ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WUSA9) -- Maryland governor Larry Hogan signed Noah's Law at his bill signing ceremony on Thursday morning.
This bill will expand the state's ignition interlock law to all drunk drivers. Noah's Law is named after Montgomery County police officer Noah Leotta, who was killed by a drunk driver while he was on DUI patrol last year.
Maryland is now the 26th state with an all DUI offender ignition interlock law.
The driver charged in the death of Leotta entered a plea Wednesday. Last month, 47-year-old Luis Reluzco agreed to plead guilty in the case and on Wednesday he entered his plea.