The current version of the bill is called "Noah's Law" in honor of Montgomery County Police Officer Noah Leotta, who died late last year from injuries sustained when he was struck by an admitted drunken driver. Leotta, a Montgomery County native described by friends and colleagues as energetic and engaging, had volunteered for drunk driving patrol duty. On Dec. 3, he pulled over a motorist on Rockville Pike, stopping in the right lane with his lights flashing and his car angled to help shield him from oncoming cars. As he walked back to his cruiser, he was exposed briefly to traffic, and it was at just that moment, police say, that a Honda CR-V driven by Luis Gustavo Reluzco struck his car then him, causing severe head injuries. He died a week later. He was 24 years old.