HB1969 Requires two-year revocation of driver's license for committing two or more violations while fleeing a law enforcement officer.
Sponsor: Kissell, Don R. (17) Effective Date:00/00/0000
CoSponsor: Cierpiot, Connie J. (52) LR Number: 4290L.01I
Last Action: 02/17/2000 - Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
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HB 1969 -- Fleeing Law Enforcement Officers

Co-Sponsors:  Kissell, Cierpiot

This bill revokes the driving privileges of any person found to
have fled a law enforcement officer after being signaled to stop
and, while fleeing the officer, committed 2 or more traffic
violations.  The period of revocation is 2 years.  If the person
is a juvenile, the revocation period will be imposed upon the
juvenile's sixteenth birthday.  Hardship licenses and certain
temporary instruction permits may be obtainable during the
revocation period.


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