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2011 West Virginia Code
CHAPTER 17C. TRAFFIC REGULATIONS AND LAWS OF THE ROAD
ARTICLE 5. SERIOUS TRAFFIC OFFENSES.
- §17C-5-1. Negligent homicide; penalties.
- §17C-5-2. Driving under influence of alcohol, controlled substances or drugs; penalties.
- §17C-5-2a. Definition of phrase "in this state"; phrases synonymous with driving under the influence of alcohol; validation of warrants and indictments.
- §17C-5-2b. Deferral of further proceedings for certain first offenses upon condition of participation in motor vehicle alcohol test and lock program; procedure on charge of violation of conditions.
- §17C-5-3. Reckless driving; penalties.
- §17C-5-4. Implied consent to test; administration at direction of law-enforcement officer; designation of type of test; definition of law-enforcement officer.
- §17C-5-5. Preliminary analysis of breath to determine alcoholic content of blood.
- §17C-5-6. How blood test administered; additional test at option of person tested; use of test results; certain immunity from liability incident to administering test.
- §17C-5-6a. Taking a child into custody; driving a motor vehicle with any amount of blood alcohol.
- §17C-5-7. Refusal to submit to tests; revocation of license or privilege; consent not withdrawn if person arrested is incapable of refusal; hearing.
- §17C-5-8. Interpretation and use of chemical test.
- §17C-5-9. Right to demand test.
- §17C-5-10. Fee for withdrawing blood sample and making urine test; payment of fees.
- §17C-5-11. Municipal ordinances to contain same elements as offenses under this article; penalties in municipal ordinances required to conform to state penalties.
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