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28-3483 - Driving on a suspended license conviction; restricted driving privilege
28-3483. Driving on a suspended license conviction; restricted driving privilege
A person who is convicted of driving on a suspended class D or M license before January 1, 2011 may apply for a restricted privilege to drive on a form prescribed by the director. The department shall issue a restricted privilege to drive that is valid for one year and that limits the person's driving privilege as described in section 28-144 if the person does all of the following:
1. Completes all requirements of the sentence imposed by the court.
2. Satisfies all suspension periods imposed on the person's driving privilege as a result of a conviction of or a finding of responsibility for a violation of this title.
3. Pays the applicable reinstatement fee as prescribed by section 28-3002.