HB 1766 Suspension of driver's license of certain children.
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Suspension of driver's license of certain children. Authorizes the court to suspend, restrict, or deny the issuance of a driver's license for students who have five unexcused absences from school in any one school year and against whom proceedings as a child in need of supervision have been instituted. License suspensions and denials of issuance shall be no less than 120 days and no more than one year. The court may permit the child to have a restricted license, allowing the child to drive to and from school upon a showing that school bus transportation is not available. The first violation of the terms of any license suspension or restriction automatically results in an additional one-year suspension; subsequent violations result in license revocation. Under current law, a child in need of supervision may be required to participate in public service, be placed on probation, or attend programs or receive treatment with his parents.

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01/18/95  House: Presented & ordered printed LD1172384  pdf

01/18/95  House: Presented & ordered printed LD1172384
01/18/95  House: Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice
01/25/95  House: Assigned to C. J. sub-committee: 2
02/08/95  House: No action taken by Courts of Justice by voice vote