S 28

  • South Carolina Senate Bill
  • 2021-2022 Regular Session
  • Introduced in Senate Apr 13, 2021
  • Passed Senate Apr 08, 2021
  • House
  • Governor

A Bill To Amend Section 56-1-286 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Suspension Of A License Or Permit Or Denial Of Issuance Of A License Or Permit To Persons Under The Age Of Twenty-One Who Drive Motor Vehicles And Have A Certain Amount Of Alcohol Concentration, To Allow A Person Under The Age Of Twenty-One Who Is Serving A Suspension Or Denial Of A License Or Permit To Enroll In The Ignition Interlock Device Program; To Amend Section 56-1-385(A) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Reinstatement Of A Permanently Revoked Driver'S License, To Limit Its Application To Offenses Occurring Prior To October 1, 2014; To Amend Section 56-1-400 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Surrender Of A License And Endorsing Suspension And Ignition Interlock Device On A License, To Remove The Requirement That A Person Seeking To Have A License Issued Must First Provide Proof That Any Fine Owed Has Been Paid, And To Include A Reference To The Habitual Offender Statute; To Amend Section 56-1-1090(A) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Requests For Restoration Of The Privilege To Operate A Motor Vehicle, To Allow A Person Classified As A Habitual Offender To Obtain A Driver'S License With An Interlock Restriction If He Participates In The Ignition Interlock Device Program; To Amend Section 56-1-1320(A) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Provisional Drivers' Licenses, To Eliminate Provisional Licenses For First Offense Driving Under The Influence Unless The Offense Occurred Prior To The Effective Date Of This Act; To Amend Section 56-1-1340 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Issuance Of Licenses And Convictions To Be Recorded, To Conform Internal Statutory References; To Amend Section 56-5-2941 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Ignition Interlock Devices, To Include A Reference To The Habitual Offender Statute, Remove Exceptions To Ignition Interlock Devices For Offenders Who Are Nonresidents And First-Time Offenders Of Driving Under The Influence Who Did Not Refuse To Submit To Chemical Tests And Had An Alcohol Concentration Of Fifteen One-Hundredths Of One Percent Or More, Require Device Manufacturers Pay Certification Fees Associated With Ignition Interlock Devices, Permit Those Drivers With Permanently Revoked Licenses After October 2014 To Seek Relief After Five Years, And Make The Records Of The Ignition Interlock Devices The Records Of The Department Of Probation, Parole And Pardon Services; To Amend Section 56-5-2951 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Temporary Alcohol Licenses, To Require An Ignition Interlock Device Restriction On A Temporary Alcohol License And To Delete Provisions Relating To Route-Restricted Licenses; And To Amend Section 56-5-2990 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Suspension Of A Convicted Person'S Driver'S License And The Period Of Suspension, To Require An Ignition Interlock Device If A First-Time Offender Of Driving Under The Influence Seeks To End A Suspension.

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Apr 13, 2021

House

Referred to Committee on Judiciary

House

Introduced and read first time

Apr 08, 2021

Senate

Amended

Senate

Roll call Ayes-41 Nays-1

Senate

Read third time and sent to House

Mar 25, 2021

Senate

Read second time

Mar 10, 2021

Senate

Committee report: Favorable Judiciary

Feb 16, 2021

Senate

Referred to Subcommittee: Talley (ch), Hutto, Matthews, Climer, Senn, Cash, Harpootlian

Jan 12, 2021

Senate

Referred to Committee on Judiciary

Senate

Introduced and read first time

Dec 09, 2020

Senate

Prefiled

Senate

Referred to Committee on Judiciary

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