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Senate Bill 0399


Senate Bill 0399

ARCHIVE (2010)

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DIGEST OF SB 399 (Updated March 10, 2010 2:23 pm - DI 106)


Fines for moving violations. Provides the following caps on the amount that a person who has committed a moving violation that is a Class C infraction may be required to pay: (1) Court costs plus a judgment of not more than $35.50 if the person admits the violation before the person's court date. (2) Court costs plus a judgment of not more than $35.50 if the person admits the violation on the day of the person's court date. (3) Court costs plus a judgment of not more than $35.50, if the person contests the violation in court, is found to have committed the violation, and has not contested and been found to have committed another moving violation in the previous five years. (4) Court costs plus a judgment of not more than $250.50 if the person has contested and been found to have committed one moving violation in the previous five years. (5) Court costs plus a judgment of not more than $500 if the person has contested and been found to have committed two or more moving violations in the previous five years. Specifies that court costs include fees. Specifies that the maximum amounts do not include any amount that a person may be required to pay to attend a defensive driving school program.
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