Under existing law, the driver's license of a person convicted of a drug offense or adjudicated a juvenile delinquent when the underlying offense is a drug offense is required to be suspended for six months
This bill would delete the requirement for the suspension for all drug offenses except trafficking in illegal drugs
The bill would also provide for the certification of this act to the United States Department of Transportation by the Governor
Relating to criminal sentencing; to amend Section 13A-12-291, Code of Alabama 1975, to delete certain named drug offenses from the requirement that the driver's license of the defendant be suspended on conviction of the offenses; and to provide for the certification of this act to the United States Department of Transportation by the Governor.
|February 9, 2012
|Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Judiciary
|SB289 Alabama 2012 Session - Introduced