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Introduced Senate Bill (S)

DIGEST

Child support and restricted driving. Provides that if a court finds that a person is delinquent as a result of an intentional violation of a child support order, the court may restrict the person's driving privileges to going to or returning from lawful employment, parenting time, and medical appointments or treatment, and other purposes permitted by the court. (Current law allows a court to suspend driving privileges.) Provides that if a Title IV-D agency finds that a person is delinquent in paying child support, the obligor's driving privileges shall be restricted to going to or returning from: (1) lawful employment; Child support and restricted driving. Provides that if a court finds that a person is delinquent as a result of an intentional violation of a child support order, the court may restrict the person's driving privileges to going to or returning from lawful employment, parenting time, and medical appointments or treatment, and other purposes permitted by the court. (Current law allows a court to suspend driving privileges.) Provides that if a Title IV-D agency finds that a person is delinquent in paying child support, the obligor's driving privileges shall be restricted to going to or returning from: (1) lawful employment; (2) parenting time; and (3) medical appointments or treatment. Makes conforming amendments. ... View more