SB 1118: Alcohol or Drug Impairment
GENERAL BILL by Gibson
Alcohol or Drug Impairment; Providing that a person commits the offense of driving while impaired and is subject to punishment for such violation if the person is driving a motor vehicle and satisfies the specified criteria relating to the consumption of alcohol or controlled substances; providing that a person commits the offense of use of a firearm while impaired and is subject to punishment for such violation if the person uses a firearm and satisfies the specified criteria relating to the consumption of alcohol or controlled substances, etc.
Last Action: 5/2/2014 Senate - Died in Transportation
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Transportation (TR)
- Criminal Justice (CJ)
- Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, Tourism, and Economic Development (ATD)
- Appropriations (AP)
Date Chamber Action 2/19/2014 Senate • Filed
2/26/2014 Senate • Referred to Transportation; Criminal Justice; Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, Tourism, and Economic Development; Appropriations -SJ 91
3/4/2014 Senate • Introduced -SJ 91
5/2/2014 Senate • Died in Transportation
SB 1118, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 2/19/2014 at 10:42 AM
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF Analyses: None
Related Bills (1)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location Track Bills H 299 Alcohol or Drug Impairment Rouson Similar Last Action: 5/2/2014 H Died in Criminal Justice Subcommittee
Location: In committee/council (CRJS)
Citations - Statutes (49)
Citation Catchline Location in Bill Location In Bill Help 187.201 State Comprehensive Plan adopted. Page 24 (pdf) 261.20 Operations of off-highway vehicles on public lands; restrictions; safety courses; required equipment; prohibited acts; penalties. Page 26 (pdf) 310.101 Grounds for disciplinary action by the board. Page 26 (pdf) 316.003 Definitions. Page 2 (pdf) 316.027 Crash involving death or personal injuries. Page 27 (pdf) 316.193 Driving under the influence; penalties. Page 3 (pdf) 316.1932 Tests for alcohol, chemical substances, or controlled substances; implied consent; refusal. Page 28 (pdf) 316.1933 Blood test for impairment or intoxication in cases of death or serious bodily injury; right to use reasonable force. Page 41 (pdf) 316.1934 Presumption of impairment; testing methods. Page 43 (pdf) 316.1937 Ignition interlock devices, requiring; unlawful acts. Page 45 (pdf) 316.1939 Refusal to submit to testing; penalties. Page 46 (pdf) 318.143 Sanctions for infractions by minors. Page 47 (pdf) 318.17 Offenses excepted. Page 48 (pdf) 320.055 Registration periods; renewal periods. Page 49 (pdf) 320.08 License taxes. Page 50 (pdf) 322.12 Examination of applicants. Page 50 (pdf) 322.25 When court to forward license to department and report convictions. Page 52 (pdf) 322.26 Mandatory revocation of license by department. Page 53 (pdf) 322.2615 Suspension of license; right to review. Page 54 (pdf) 322.2616 Suspension of license; persons under 21 years of age; right to review. Page 56 (pdf) 322.271 Authority to modify revocation, cancellation, or suspension order. Page 56 (pdf) 322.2715 Ignition interlock device. Page 58 (pdf) 322.28 Period of suspension or revocation. Page 60 (pdf) 322.291 Driver improvement schools or DUI programs; required in certain suspension and revocation cases. Page 64 (pdf) 322.34 Driving while license suspended, revoked, canceled, or disqualified. Page 66 (pdf) 322.61 Disqualification from operating a commercial motor vehicle. Page 66 (pdf) 322.62 Driving under the influence; commercial motor vehicle operators. Page 67 (pdf) 322.63 Alcohol or drug testing; commercial motor vehicle operators. Page 68 (pdf) 322.64 Holder of commercial driver license; persons operating a commercial motor vehicle; driving with unlawful blood-alcohol level; refusal to submit to breath, urine, or blood test. Page 71 (pdf) 324.023 Financial responsibility for bodily injury or death. Page 74 (pdf) 327.02 Definitions. Page 20 (pdf) 327.35 Boating under the influence; penalties; “designated drivers”. Page 75 (pdf) 327.352 Tests for alcohol, chemical substances, or controlled substances; implied consent; refusal. Page 84 (pdf) 327.353 Blood test for impairment or intoxication in cases of death or serious bodily injury; right to use reasonable force. Page 88 (pdf) 327.354 Presumption of impairment; testing methods. Page 89 (pdf) 327.355 Operation of vessels by persons under 21 years of age who have consumed alcoholic beverages. Page 91 (pdf) 327.359 Refusal to submit to testing; penalties. Page 91 (pdf) 327.38 Skiing prohibited while intoxicated or under influence of drugs. Page 92 (pdf) 327.391 Airboats regulated. Page 92 (pdf) 328.17 Nonjudicial sale of vessels. Page 93 (pdf) 337.195 Limits on liability. Page 94 (pdf) 342.07 Recreational and commercial working waterfronts; legislative findings; definitions. Page 95 (pdf) 401.281 Drivers. Page 95 (pdf) 627.7275 Motor vehicle liability. Page 96 (pdf) 627.758 Surety on auto club traffic arrest bond; conditions, limit; bail bond. Page 97 (pdf) 790.151 Using firearm while under the influence of alcoholic beverages, chemical substances, or controlled substances; penalties. Page 20 (pdf) 790.153 Tests for impairment or intoxication; right to refuse. Page 98 (pdf) 790.155 Blood test for impairment or intoxication in cases of death or serious bodily injury; right to use reasonable force. Page 100 (pdf) 790.157 Presumption of impairment; testing methods. Page 21 (pdf)
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