§ 4177E Issuance of conditional license upon revocation of driver's license
§ 4177E. Issuance of conditional license upon revocation of driver's license
(a) In the event of a revocation of a driver's license pursuant to § 4177B of this title, the Department may issue a conditional license during the period of revocation upon application by the applicant upon a form prescribed by the Department and sworn to by the applicant, provided that the applicant sets forth in said application that the revocation of such license has created an extreme hardship, that no prior conditional license has been issued within the preceding 12 months, that there have been no other such prior revocations, and if all other requirements contained in § 4177C of this title have been satisfactorily complied with.
(b) The Department, upon receiving a record of conviction of any person upon a charge of operating a motor vehicle in violation of the conditions imposed upon said conditional license during the period of such conditional license, shall immediately extend the period of such revocation for an additional like period and shall forthwith direct such person to surrender said conditional license to the Department.
(c) Any person whose driver's license has been revoked and to whom a conditional license has been issued, under this chapter, and who drives any motor vehicle upon the highways of this State contrary to the conditions placed upon such conditional license during the period of such conditional license shall be guilty of an unclassified misdemeanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than $28.75 or more than $230.