What Does SB 485 Do for Driver’s License Suspensions?

Senate Bill 485 changed the law on which convictions a judge must report to the DMV for purposes of suspending a defendant’s driver’s license. No longer is a driver’s license suspended, for example, after a conviction for vandalism or solicitation of prostitution. There are other convictions that are also now exempt from mandatory reporting by a judge to the DMV, which is good. To read the full list, as a well as a reminder of what the law does not change for reporting to the DMV, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/what-does-sb-485-do-for-drivers-license-suspensions.html

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