TO PROHIBIT THE INTRODUCTION OF CHEMICAL ANALYSIS TEST RESULTS IN AN ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING PROCEDURE BEFORE THE DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES FOR THE RESTORATION OF A DRIVERS LICENSE AFTER A REVOCATION FOR CERTAIN IMPAIRED DRIVING OFFENSES REQUIRING AN IGNITION INTERLOCK, UNLESS THE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS TEST RESULTS WERE ADMITTED INTO EVIDENCE BY A COURT OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION PURSUANT TO THE RULES OF EVIDENCE IN CHAPTER 1A OF THE GENERAL STATUTES.
Amends GS 20-17.8(a) to provide that in determining which persons convicted of impaired driving must utilize (or already have utilized as part of a limited driving privilege) an ignition interlock device as a condition of receiving a restored license, only evidence of a person’s alcohol concentration admitted into evidence in a trial court may be used. Effective December 1, 2011, for restoration hearings conducted on or after that date.
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