263:1-b Offenses Committed By Unlicensed Driver

Last revised 2005 § Leave a Comment

A person who is convicted of violating RSA 263:1 and is also convicted of a motor vehicle violation, exclusive of a violation of RSA 261:40, RSA 261:59, or RSA 266:5, shall not be entitled to be issued a driver’s license sooner than 12 months from the date of the conviction or, if the person has not yet reached the age required for a license, 12 months from the date of eligibility, except that a license may be issued if the person satisfies the director after an administrative hearing that the person will drive in a safe manner if the license is issued. The director may place such restrictions on any license so issued as the director deems in the best interest of public safety.

Revisions

2005, 170:1, eff. Jan. 1, 2006.

Area of Law

Source

http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/XXI/263/263-1-b.htm

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