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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 28. Motor Vehicles
- Chapter 15. Drivers' Licenses
- Section 201. Limitation of Driver's License.
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. Suspending License Upon Conviction in Another Jurisdiction. [Repealed, Sec. 19 Ch 178 SLA 1978].
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. Mandatory Revocation. [Repealed, Sec. 19 Ch 178 SLA 1978].
AS 28.15.201. Limitation of Driver's License.
- (a) A court of competent jurisdiction revoking a person's driver's license, privilege to drive, or privilege to obtain a
license under AS 28.15.181(b) may, for good cause,
impose limitations upon the driver's license of a person that will enable the person to earn a livelihood without
excessive risk or danger to the public. A limitation may not be placed upon a driver's license until after a review has
been made of the person's driving record and other relevant information, and a limitation may not be imposed when a
statute specifically prohibits the limitation of a license for a violation of its provisions.
- (b) A court imposing a limitation under (a) of this section shall
- (1) require certification of employment;
- (2) require proof of enrollment in and compliance with or completion of an alcoholism treatment program when appropriate;
- (3) require the surrender of the driver's license; and
- (4) issue to the licensee a certificate valid for the duration of the limitation.
- (c) After the termination of a limitation as shown on the certificate issued under (b) of this section, the license of a
person on whom a limitation was imposed is revoked until the person receives a new license meeting the requirements set
out in AS 28.15.211
- (d) A court revoking a driver's license, privilege to drive, or privilege to obtain a license under AS 28.15.181
(c), or the department when revoking a driver's license, privilege to drive, or privilege to obtain a license under AS
(c), may grant limited license privileges if
- (1) the revocation was for a misdemeanor conviction under AS 28.35.030(a) and not for a violation of AS 28.35.032
- (2) the person has
- (A) not been previously convicted and the limited license is not granted during the first 30 days of the period of
- (B) been previously convicted, the limited license is not granted during the first 90 days of the period of revocation,
- (i) the person has successfully completed a court-ordered treatment program under AS 28.35.028 or former AS 28.35.030
- (ii) the court or department requires the person to use an ignition interlock device during the period of the limited
- (3) the court or the department determines that
- (A) the person's ability to earn a livelihood would be severely impaired without a limited license; or
- (B) the person has successfully completed a court-ordered treatment program described under AS 28.35.028 or former AS 28.35.030
(p) and the person's ability to earn a livelihood, attend school, or provide for family health would be severely
impaired without a limited license;
- (4) the court or the department determines that a limitation under (a) of this section can be placed on the license that
will enable the person to earn a livelihood without excessive danger to the public;
- (5) the court or the department determines that the person is enrolled in and is in compliance with or has successfully
completed the alcoholism screening, evaluation, referral, and program requirements of the Department of Health and
Social Services under AS 28.35.030
- (6) the person has not been previously convicted under AS 28.15.291(a)(2), AS 28.35.030
, or 28.35.032 while driving or operating a vehicle,
aircraft, or watercraft under a limited license issued under this section.
- (e) In (d)(2) of this section, "previously convicted" has the meaning given in AS 28.35.030
and also includes convictions under laws presuming that the person was under the influence of intoxicating liquor if
there was 0.08 percent or more by weight of alcohol in the person's blood.
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