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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 28. Motor Vehicles
- Chapter 15. Drivers' Licenses
- Section 191. Court and Parole Board Reports to Department; Surrender of License or Identification Card.
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. Forwarding Surrendered License. [Repealed, Sec. 19 Ch 178 SLA 1978].
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. Suspending License Upon Conviction in Another Jurisdiction. [Repealed, Sec. 19 Ch 178 SLA 1978].
AS 28.15.191. Court and Parole Board Reports to Department; Surrender of License or Identification Card.
- (a) A court that convicts a person of an offense under this title or a regulation adopted under this title, or another law
or regulation of this state, or a municipal ordinance that regulates the driving of vehicles, shall forward a record of
the conviction to the department within five working days. A conviction of a standing or parking offense need not be
- (b) A conviction on a plea of nolo contendere accepted by the court or a forfeiture of bail or collateral deposited to
secure a defendant's appearance in court that has not been vacated is equivalent to a conviction for purposes of this
- (c) A court that suspends, revokes, or limits a driver's license shall require the surrender of the license, and shall
immediately forward it to the department with the record of conviction and notification of the effective date of the
suspension, revocation, or limitation as determined under AS 28.15.211
- (d) A court that limits a driver's license, in addition to the actions required under (c) of this section, shall issue to
the licensee a form specifying the court's limitations imposed upon a person's driver's license, and shall immediately
forward to the department a copy of the limitations imposed upon the license.
- (e) A court shall report to the department every change of name authorized by it, and the name, address, age, description,
and driver's license number if available, of every person adjudged to be afflicted with or suffering from a mental
disability or disease, or to be an habitual user of alcohol or another drug. The department shall prescribe and furnish
the forms for making these reports.
- (f) A municipality that accepts a fine payment after a plea of no contest to a charge of a violation of a municipal
ordinance for which a scheduled fine has been established shall forward a record of the payment to the department;
however, a conviction for a standing or parking offense need not be reported.
- (g) A court that has ordered a person to refrain from consuming alcoholic beverages as part of a
sentence for conviction of a crime under AS 28.35.030 , 28.35.032, or a similar municipal ordinance or as a
condition of probation or parole following a conviction under those sections or a similar municipal ordinance shall
- (1) require the surrender of the person's license and identification card and forward the
license and identification card to the department;
- (2) report the order to the department within two days; and
- (3) inform the person that the person's license and identification card are subject to
cancellation under AS 28.15.161 and AS 18.65.310 and, if the person is otherwise qualified to
receive a license or identification card, when the person obtains a new license or identification card, the license or
identification card must list the restriction imposed by AS 04.16.160 for the period of probation or parole.
- (h) The board of parole shall notify the department within two days whenever a person has been
ordered to refrain from consuming alcoholic beverages as a condition of parole, shall require the person to surrender
the person's license and identification card, and shall inform the person that the person's license and identification
card are subject to cancellation under AS 28.15.161 and AS 18.65.310 , and that, if the person is otherwise qualified
to receive a license or identification card, when the person obtains a new license or identification card, the license
or identification card must list the restriction imposed by AS 04.16.160 .
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