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Bad moms in cars: Using baby to bypass ignition interlock

A Pennsylvania mother allegedly used her 8-year-old daughter’s breath to bypass the breathalyzer device installed to prevent her from driving while drunk, but she was busted after crashing her car, according to police. The woman now faces charges of corrupting her child, along with a new DUI offense.

Judges allow many convicted drunk drivers to stay behind the wheel as long as they only drive cars with ignition interlock devices, which tests a driver’s breath before cranking.

Read our full story about the mom accused of using her child to bypass the ignition interlock 

Nancy Grace and Alan Duke discuss this case and the conviction of another woman who put her drugged 5-year-old into a burning car in this episode.