2020 Code of Alabama
Title 30 - Marital and Domestic Relations.
Chapter 3 - Child Custody and Support.
Article 8 - Driver's License Suspension or Revocation for Failure to Pay Support Payments.
Section 30-3-177 - Contempt Petition; Applicability of Article to Obligors Who Failed to Follow Previous Orders.

Universal Citation: AL Code § 30-3-177 (2020)

Section 30-3-177

Contempt petition; applicability of article to obligors who failed to follow previous orders.

In addition to the foregoing provisions of this article, if the obligor is brought before a circuit, district, or juvenile court having jurisdiction on a contempt petition, and it is shown by the department or its agent or by an obligee or counsel for an obligee who is not a recipient of services of the department, that the obligor has failed to follow previous orders of the court, then the court may, in addition to any other remedies, order the withholding, restricted use, suspension, revocation, forfeiture, or termination of the obligor's license or licenses as defined by this article. When a suspension, revocation, forfeiture, termination, withholding, or restricted use of any license occurs pursuant to this section, the foregoing provisions of this article pertaining to the duties and authority of the licensing agency shall apply.

(Acts 1996, No. 96-563, p. 841, §8; Acts 1997, No. 97-447, p. 772, §12.)

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