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A revocation will terminate an MDDP, except those for first offenders who receive supervision, who can continue to drive with the MDDP.
Drivers who aren't "first offenders" --those with prior DUI arrests or convictions that weren't overturned--get longer statutory summary suspensions and aren't eligible for MDDPs. Those with one prior DUI arrest within five years get a one-year suspension if they fail the test and three years if they refuse.
The court found that, when this right was exercised, the dealership went to a Black person, usually a graduate of the MDDP. The court found that the right of first refusal operated to discriminate against all non-Blacks, and that Chrysler had engaged in unlawful discrimination.
The legislation will make JDPs things of the past, replacing them with "Monitoring Device Driving Permits." The new MDDP will permit its holder to drive at any time and for any purpose, unlike the JDP.
It (1) requires all first-time offenders, after a 30-day license suspension, to get an interlock-restricted license called a MDDP (monitored-device driver's permit); (2) replaces JDPs with the MDDPs; and (3) doubles summary suspensions from six to 12 months for refusals and three to six months for per-se violation.
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