Under existing law, a person who has been adjudicated or convicted of driving under the influence is not eligible for a hardship driver license
This bill would provide that a person whose driving under the influence adjudication or conviction occurred more than five years before application is eligible for a hardship driver license
Relating to persons charged with driving under the influence; to amend Section 32-6-12.1, Code of Alabama 1975, to provide that a person who was adjudicated or convicted of driving under the influence more than five years before application is eligible for a hardship driver license.
|March 17, 2022||H||Pending third reading on day 24 Favorable from Judiciary|
|March 17, 2022||H||Read for the second time and placed on the calendar|
|March 1, 2022||H||Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Judiciary|
|Hearing||March 16, 2022||Room 200 at 13:30||House JUDY Hearing|