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The Statutes: 122C - 142.1


G.S 122C-142.1

   
122C-142.1
Substance abuse services for those convicted of driving while impaired or driving while less than 21 years old after consuming alcohol or drugs.
 
   

MH/DD/SAS G.S. 122C

 
122C.
Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Act of 1985.
 
122C-146.
Fee for service.
 
   

Department of Motor Vehicles G.S. 20

   
20-12.1.
Impaired supervision or instruction.
   
20-16.2. Implied consent to chemical analysis; mandatory revocation of license in event of refusal; right of driver to request analysis.
   
20-16.3. Alcohol screening tests required of certain drivers; approval of test devices and manner of use by Commission for Health Services; use of test results or refusal.
   
20-16.3A. Impaired driving checks.
   
20-17.1. Revocation of license of mental incompetents, alcoholics and habitual users of narcotic drugs.
   
20-17.6. Restoration of a license after a conviction of driving while impaired or driving while less than 21 years old after consuming alcohol or drugs.
   
20-17.8. Restoration of a license after certain driving while impaired convictions; ignition interlock.
   
20-19. Session Law 2009-369 Habitual Impaired Driving
   
20-28. Unlawful to drive while license revoked, after notification, or while
disqualified.
   
20-138.1. Impaired driving.
   
20-138.2. Impaired driving in commercial vehicle.
   
20-138.2A. Operating a commercial vehicle after consuming alcohol.
   
20-138.2B. Operating a school bus, school activity bus, or child care vehicle after consuming alcohol.
   
20-138.2C. Possession of alcoholic beverages while operating a commercial motor vehicle.
   
20-138.3. Driving by person less than 21 years old after consuming alcohol or drugs.
   
20-138.4. Requirement that prosecutor explain reduction or dismissal of charge involving impaired driving.
   
20-138.5. Habitual impaired driving.
   
20-138.7. Transporting an open container of alcoholic beverage.
   
20-179. Sentencing hearing after conviction for impaired driving; determination of grossly aggravating and aggravating and mitigating factors; punishments.
   
20-179.1. Presentence investigation of persons convicted of offense involving impaired driving.
   
20-179.3. Limited driving privilege.
   

 

 

 

 

 

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