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S 1025 General Bill, By J.V. Smith, Leatherman, Thomas and Wilson
    A Bill to amend Section 56-5-2950, as amended, relating to implied consent to tests of breath, blood, or urine to determine presence of alcohol or drugs, so as to change references to breathalyzer to breath analysis, to increase the driver's license suspension or denial from ninety to one hundred twenty days for a person who refuses to submit to the tests, to provide that if a person submits to a test and the test results indicate that he has more than the lawful amount of alcohol or drugs in his system the suspension or denial is ninety days, to provide for the immediate confiscation of the driver's license or permit of a person who refuses such a test or who tests as having more than a lawful amount of alcohol or drugs in his system and to provide that the notice and order which is given to the person at the time of confiscation serves as a temporary ten-day license, to provide for a review of the notice and order by the Department of Highways and Public Transportation if requested within the ten-day period, and to provide a procedure for the administrative review as it applies to a refusal by a person to submit to a test or to a person found to have had more than a lawful amount of alcohol in his system.
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05/30/91Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-22
05/30/91Senate Referred to Committee on Judiciary SJ-22

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