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S 1229 General Bill, By Giese, Drummond, Gregory, Hayes, Jackson, Martin, McGill, Peeler, L.E. Richter, M.T. Rose, Ryberg, J.V. Smith and Thomas
Similar (H 3138)
    A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Section 56-1-285 so as to provide for a six-month's suspension of the driver's license of a person under the age of twenty-one operating a motor vehicle who has a blood alcohol content in excess of five one-hundredths of one percent, to provide that licensed drivers under twenty-one have consented to be tested, to limit testing to incidents in which a person has been arrested for a traffic offense, to prescribe the method and procedures for testing and require an automatic six-month's suspension for refusal to be tested, to provide that the suspension begins immediately upon the officer taking possession of the license, to provide for an administrative hearing on the suspension at the driver's request, and to provide that a person whose license is suspended is not required to file proof of financial responsibility.
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03/02/94Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-6
03/02/94Senate Referred to Committee on Judiciary SJ-6

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