§ 4177K Revocation of license for persons convicted of all drug offenses

§ 4177K. Revocation of license for persons convicted of all drug offenses

    (a) Except as provided by § 1012 of Title 10, any person who pleads guilty to or is convicted of, including a guilty plea or
conviction pursuant to § 4767 of Title 16, a violation of §§ 4752-4764 of Title 16, or any drug offense under Chapter 5 of Title 11 or under any law of the United States, any state of the United States or any local jurisdiction or the District of Columbia, or who is adjudicated delinquent as a result of acts which would constitute such offenses if committed by an adult, shall, in addition to any and all other penalties provided by law, have the person's driver's license and/or driving privileges revoked by the Secretary for a period of 6 months from the date of sentencing.

    (b) In cases where this section is applied, the Court shall immediately take possession of any Delaware issued driver's license and forthwith forward it to the Secretary, together with notification that revocation pursuant to this section has been implemented.

    (c) When a driver’s license is revoked pursuant to this section, any such individual not in violation of probational requirements regarding substance abuse treatment shall be permitted to apply for a conditional license for the limited purpose of employment, to attend treatment appointments and to meet with their probation officer.

    (d) [Transferred to paragraph (c) of this section]

    (e) [Repealed].