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Drunk Driving Treatment Program
Sectional Analysis for House Bill 136
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Released:
February 23, 2005
Updated:
February 19, 2012


"Restricting the authority of a court to suspend execution of a sentence or grant probation in prosecutions for driving while under the influence and prosecutions for refusal to submit to a chemical test; and allowing a court to suspend up to 75 percent of the minimum fines required for driving while under the influence and for refusal to submit to a chemical test if the defendant successfully completes a court-ordered treatment program. "


 

Section 1: Requires the courts to impose the minimum fines for a misdemeanor DUI offense.

Section 2: Requires the courts to impose the minimum fines for a felony DUI offense.

Section 3: Expands the provisions for "court-ordered treatment programs" to felony DUI offenses. Allows the court to suspend 75% (up from 50%) of the minimum fines for successful participants.

Section 4: Requires the courts to impose the minimum fines for a misdemeanor offense of refusal to submit to a chemical test.

Section 5: Requires the courts to impose the minimum fines for a felony offense of refusal to submit to a chemical test.

Section 6: Mirrors the provisions of Section 3 in the refusal to submit to a chemical test statutes.

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