2010 Arkansas Code
27-50-306. Additional penalties on conviction of moving traffic violations.
Title 27 - Transportation
Subtitle 4 - Motor Vehicular Traffic
Chapter 50 - Penalties And Enforcement
Subchapter 3 - Offenses and Penalties Generally
§ 27-50-306 - Additional penalties on conviction of moving traffic violations.
In addition to the penalties provided by law, after the conviction of any person for any moving traffic violation, the trial judge or magistrate may, in disposition and assessing penalty, consider the previous traffic conviction record and impose the following penalties, or combination of penalties:
(1) Suspend the driver's license for any period not to exceed one (1) year; or
(2) Suspend the driver's license for any period, not to exceed one (1) year, but grant a conditional permit to drive during the suspension, by imposing conditions and restrictions, not to exceed one (1) year, defining circumstances under which the violator will be allowed to drive while under suspension; or
(3) Require the attendance of the violator at a driver's training school; or
(4) Require the violator to retake the driver's test, or furnish proof of adequate sight or hearing necessary for driving, or produce proof of physical or mental capacity and ability to drive; or
(5) Require minors to write themes or essays on safe driving; or
(6) Place a minor under probationary conditions, as determined by the court in its reasonable discretion, designed as a reasonable and suitable preventative and educational safeguard to prevent future traffic violations by the minor.
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