House Bill 58

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Last Action to Judiciary (S)
Title AN ACT relating to driving under the influence.
Bill Documents Bill
Impact Statements Local Mandate
Bill Request Number 275
Sponsors D. Keene, R. Adams, R. Adkins, J. Arnold Jr., T. Burch, D. Butler, J. Carney, M. Cherry, L. Clark, H. Collins, L. Combs, J. Comer Jr., W. Coursey, R. Crimm, B. Damron, M. Dossett, T. Edmonds, C. Embry Jr., T. Firkins, D. Ford, J. Glenn, J. Gooch Jr., D. Graham, J. Greer, K. Hall, M. Harmon, R. Henderson, M. Henley, C. Hoffman, D. Horlander, T. Kerr, M. King, A. Koenig, J. Lee, T. McKee, C. Miller, T. Moore, R. Nelson, M. Rader, R. Rand, J. Richards, T. Riner, C. Rollins II, S. Santoro, C. Siler, D. Sims, K. Sinnette, A. Smith, F. Steele, K. Stevens, J. Stewart III, W. Stone, T. Thompson, D. Watkins, R. Weston, S. Westrom
Summary of Original Version Amend KRS 189A.005 to expand the definition of "ignition interlock device"; amend KRS 189A.010 to include driving the wrong way on a four-lane highway among the list of factors for triggering aggravated DUI penalties; amend KRS 189A.070 to provide that a reduction in the time period of a license revocation does not lessen the time required for ignition interlock usage; amend KRS 189A.085 to run the period of a license plate impoundment from the date of sentencing to the day the offender is authorized to resume driving; amend KRS 189A.340 to require ignition interlock usage beginning with the first DUI offense and to remove an offender's ability to drive a non-interlock-equipped work vehicle; amend KRS 189A.410 to require ignition interlock usage while an offender is driving on a hardship license.
Index Headings of Original Version Local Mandate - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Alcoholic Beverages - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Alcoholism - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Crimes and Punishments - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Criminal Procedure - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Highways, Streets, and Bridges - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Motor Vehicles - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Substance Abuse - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Traffic Safety - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Proposed Amendments House Committee Substitute 1
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Actions

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10/09/09
  • Prefiled by the sponsor(s).
11/04/09
  • To: Interim Joint Committee on Judiciary
01/05/10
  • introduced in House
  • to Judiciary (H)
01/26/10
  • reassigned to Appropriations & Revenue (H)
02/05/10
  • posted in committee
02/09/10
  • reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute
02/10/10
  • 2nd reading, to Rules
02/11/10
  • posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Friday, February 12, 2010
02/18/10
  • 3rd reading, passed 95-0-1 with Committee Substitute
02/19/10
  • received in Senate
02/22/10
  • to Judiciary (S)

Proposed Amendments

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Amendment House Committee Substitute 1
Impact Statements Local Mandate
Summary Amend to restore existing statutory language allowing a DUI offender to drive a work automobile without an ignition interlock only for work purposes.
Index Headings Local Mandate - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Alcoholic Beverages - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Alcoholism - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Crimes and Punishments - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Criminal Procedure - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Highways, Streets, and Bridges - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Motor Vehicles - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Substance Abuse - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of
Traffic Safety - DUI, ignition interlock device, use of

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