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DRIVER LICENSE WITHDRAWALS
R EVOCATIONS , S USPENSIONS , AND D ISQUALIFICATIONS

Citations & Withdrawals Section Bureau of Driver Services Division of Motor Vehicles Department of Transportation (608) 266-2261 www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/drivers/enforce/withdrawals.htm

DRIVER LICENSE WITHDRAWALS
Table of Contents COURT ORDERED ............................................................................................................................................................1 Consent Decree/Delinquency/Truancy Court Ordered Suspensions .............................................................................1
UCD FD T T FD T Underage Consent Decree ....................................................................................................................................................................... 1 Found Delinquent...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1 Habitually Truant....................................................................................................................................................................................... 1 School Dropout ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1 Found Delinquent...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1 Sanctions - Violations of Previous Court Order based on Habitual Truancy............................................................................................. 1

Drug Related Court Ordered Suspensions.....................................................................................................................3
JCS JCS D Juvenile Controlled Substance - excluding Drug paraphernalia ............................................................................................................... 3 Juvenile Controlled Substance ................................................................................................................................................................. 3 Drugs ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 3

Failure to Pay Court Ordered Suspensions....................................................................................................................4
FPD FPF FPS FPS FPS Failure to Pay Driver Improvement Surcharge.......................................................................................................................................... 4 Failure to Pay Forfeiture Traffic ................................................................................................................................................................ 4 Failure to Pay Support .............................................................................................................................................................................. 4 Failure to Pay Support .............................................................................................................................................................................. 4 Failure to Comply with DWD subpoena or warrant ................................................................................................................................... 4

Violations On or After 07/01/96 through 11/30/99................................................................................................................................... 5
FPN Failure to Pay Judgment and Restitution .................................................................................................................................................. 5

Effective 01/01/00 - Cases Processed With A Violation Date Prior to 12/01/99 ..................................................................................... 5
FPN FPJ FPJ Failure to Pay Judgment and Restitution .................................................................................................................................................. 5 Failure to Comply with Dispositional Order ............................................................................................................................................... 5 Failure to Pay Victim Witness Fee ............................................................................................................................................................ 5
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Violations On or After 07/01/96 through 11/30/99................................................................................................................................... 6
FPJ Failure to Pay Forfeiture Juvenile ............................................................................................................................................................. 6

Effective 01/01/00 - Cases Processed With A Violation Date Prior to 12/01/99 ..................................................................................... 6
FPJ Failure to Pay Forfeiture Juvenile ............................................................................................................................................................. 6

Effective 10/01/01 Cases Processed With A CONVICTION DATE On or After 10/01/01 ....................................................................... 7
FPJ Failure to Pay Forfeiture Juvenile ............................................................................................................................................................. 7

Traffic Related Court Ordered Revocations or Suspensions .........................................................................................8
OAR/OWS/OWD Violations On or After 08/01/00................................................................................................................................... 8
OWS Operating While Suspended ..................................................................................................................................................................... 8 OAR Operating After Revocation....................................................................................................................................................................... 8 OWD Operating While Disqualified..................................................................................................................................................................... 8

OAR/OWS Violations On or After 01/01/93 Through 07/31/00 ............................................................................................................... 9
OAR Operating After Revocation....................................................................................................................................................................... 9 OWS Operating While Suspended ..................................................................................................................................................................... 9

Operating While Under Influence of Intoxicant s.346.63(1)(a), Prohibited Alcohol Concentration 346.63(1)(b) or Detectable Amount of Controlled Substance s.346.63(1)(am)................................................................................................................................................. 10
OWI PAC OCS CWI CCS HWI HCS Operating While Intoxicated.................................................................................................................................................................... 10 Prohibited Alcohol Concentration............................................................................................................................................................ 10 Operating Controlled Substance............................................................................................................................................................. 10 Commercial Operating While Intoxicated................................................................................................................................................ 10 Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance .............................................................................................................................................. 10 Hazardous Commercial Operating While Intoxicated ............................................................................................................................. 10 Hazardous Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance ............................................................................................................................ 10

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Other Traffic Violations ......................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Any State Traffic Conviction or Local Ordinance ................................................................................................................................................ 11 FYR SE PI UAO SO FSA CFS HFS FSU CFU HFU DSP CDS HDS RD CRD IIV OCR IC CIC HIC ICU CIN HIN CA HCA CAI HAI Failure to Yield Right of Way .................................................................................................................................................................. 11 Speeding Excess .................................................................................................................................................................................... 11 Illegal Passing of Emergency Vehicle..................................................................................................................................................... 11 Underage Alcohol Operation................................................................................................................................................................... 11 Sex Offense ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 12 Failure to Stop After Accident ................................................................................................................................................................. 12 Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident..................................................................................................................................................... 12 Haz. Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident ............................................................................................................................................ 12 Failure to Stop After Accident-Unattended Vehicle................................................................................................................................. 12 Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident-Unattended Vehicle .................................................................................................................... 12 Haz. Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident-Unattended Vehicle............................................................................................................ 12 Duty Upon Striking Property.................................................................................................................................................................... 12 Comm. Duty Upon Striking Property ....................................................................................................................................................... 12 Haz. Comm. Duty Upon Striking Property............................................................................................................................................... 12 Reckless Driving ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Comm. Reckless Driving......................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Intoxicant in Vehicle carrying underage person ...................................................................................................................................... 13 Occupational license ­ Court Ordered Withdrawal ................................................................................................................................. 13 Implied Consent (Refusal) ...................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Comm.-Implied Consent ......................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Haz. Comm. Implied Consent ................................................................................................................................................................. 14 Implied Consent Underage (Refusal)...................................................................................................................................................... 14 Comm. Implied Consent - Not a Drop ..................................................................................................................................................... 14 Haz. Comm. Implied Consent - Not a Drop............................................................................................................................................. 14 Commercial Alcohol ................................................................................................................................................................................ 15 Haz. Commercial Alcohol........................................................................................................................................................................ 15 Commercial Alcohol Causing Injury ........................................................................................................................................................ 15 Haz. Commercial Alcohol Causing Injury................................................................................................................................................ 15
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COO CPB

Commercial 0.0 - Not a Drop .................................................................................................................................................................. 15 Commercial Possession of Intoxicating Beverage .................................................................................................................................. 15

Underage Alcohol & Related Court Ordered Suspensions ..........................................................................................16
JA UAL JA UAL JID UID UAL UID JA JA JID Juvenile Alcohol Underage ..................................................................................................................................................................... 16 Underage Alcohol ................................................................................................................................................................................... 16 Juvenile Alcohol Underage ..................................................................................................................................................................... 16 Underage Alcohol ................................................................................................................................................................................... 16 Juvenile Identification Card..................................................................................................................................................................... 16 Underage Identification Card .................................................................................................................................................................. 16 Underage Alcohol ................................................................................................................................................................................... 17 Underage Identification Card .................................................................................................................................................................. 17 Juvenile Alcohol Underage ...................................................................................................................................................................... 18 Juvenile Alcohol Underage ...................................................................................................................................................................... 18 Juvenile Identification Card..................................................................................................................................................................... 18

Repealed Laws.............................................................................................................................................................19
OAR VOO Operating After Revocation..................................................................................................................................................................... 19 Violation of Occupational License........................................................................................................................................................... 19 OWS Operating While Suspended ................................................................................................................................................................... 19

Violations On or After 07/01/96 Through 11/30/99 ­ FPJ/FPN ............................................................................................................. 20
FPN FPN FPJ FPJ Failure to Pay Judgment and Restitution ................................................................................................................................................ 20 Failure to Pay Judgment and Restitution ................................................................................................................................................ 20 Failure to Pay Forfeiture Juvenile ........................................................................................................................................................... 20 Failure to Pay Forfeiture Juvenile ........................................................................................................................................................... 21

Informational.................................................................................................................................................................22
Assessment Required .......................................................................................................................................................................... 22 Chemical Tests Required ..................................................................................................................................................................... 22 Department's Authority ......................................................................................................................................................................... 22
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Fees ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22 Occupational License Eligibility ............................................................................................................................................................ 23 Time Periods Doubled .......................................................................................................................................................................... 23 Time Periods Reduced ......................................................................................................................................................................... 23 Prior Alcohol Offenses To Be Counted................................................................................................................................................. 24

MANDATORY...................................................................................................................................................................25
OAR/OWS/OWD Violations On or After 08/01/00 - Act 84 ................................................................................................................... 25
OWS Operating While Suspended .................................................................................................................................................................... 25 OAR Operating After Revocation...................................................................................................................................................................... 25 OWD Operating While Disqualified.................................................................................................................................................................... 25

OAR/OWS Violations On or After 01/01/93 And Cases Processed Through 07/31/00......................................................................... 26
OAR Operating After Revocation...................................................................................................................................................................... 26 OWS Operating While Suspended .................................................................................................................................................................... 26

Operating While Under the Influence of an Intoxicant or Controlled Substance, Prohibited Alcohol Concentration, or any substantially similar terms used by the other jurisdiction........................................................................................................................................... 27
OWI PAC OCS CWI CCS HWI HCS OWI PAC OCS Operating While Intoxicated.................................................................................................................................................................... 27 Prohibited Alcohol Concentration ............................................................................................................................................................. 27 Operating While Intoxicated ­ Controlled Substance ............................................................................................................................. 27 Commercial Operating While Intoxicated ................................................................................................................................................. 27 Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance .............................................................................................................................................. 27 Hazardous. Commercial Operating While Intoxicated .............................................................................................................................. 27 Hazardous Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance ............................................................................................................................ 27 Operating While Intoxicated ..................................................................................................................................................................... 27 Prohibited Alcohol Concentration ............................................................................................................................................................. 27 Operating While Intoxicated ­ Controlled Substance ............................................................................................................................. 27

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Other Traffic Violations ......................................................................................................................................................................... 28
NH RD CRD CAI HAI VUF CVF HVF CCF HCF FSA CFS HFS SVO FA P NHI CHI HHI CAD HAD AEO OII CII HII GBH CBH CAH Negligent Homicide.................................................................................................................................................................................. 28 Negligent Operation Causing Great Bodily Harm ..................................................................................................................................... 28 Comm. Negligent Operation Causing Great Bodily Harm......................................................................................................................... 28 Commercial Alcohol Causing Injury (0.04 but less than 0.08)................................................................................................................... 28 Haz. Commercial Alcohol Causing Injury (0.04 but less than 0.08) .......................................................................................................... 28 Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony.................................................................................................................................................... 28 Comm. Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony........................................................................................................................................ 28 Haz. Comm. Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony ............................................................................................................................... 28 Comm. Controlled Substance Felony....................................................................................................................................................... 28 Haz. Comm. Controlled Substance Felony .............................................................................................................................................. 28 Failure to Stop After Accident .................................................................................................................................................................. 28 Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident ...................................................................................................................................................... 28 Haz. Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident .............................................................................................................................................. 28 Serious traffic violation by holder of an occupational license .................................................................................................................... 28 Falsified Application................................................................................................................................................................................. 29 Perjury ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29 Negligent Homicide Intoxicated .............................................................................................................................................................. 29 Commercial Negligent Homicide Intoxicated .......................................................................................................................................... 29 Haz. Commercial Negligent Homicide Intoxicated .................................................................................................................................. 29 Commercial Alcohol Causing Death ....................................................................................................................................................... 29 Haz. Commercial Alcohol Causing Death ............................................................................................................................................... 29 Attempt to Elude Officer .......................................................................................................................................................................... 29 Operating While Intoxicated Causing Injury ............................................................................................................................................ 29 Commercial OWI Causing Injury............................................................................................................................................................. 29 Haz. Commercial OWI Causing Injury .................................................................................................................................................... 29 Great Bodily Harm................................................................................................................................................................................... 30 Commercial OWI Causing Great Bodily Harm ........................................................................................................................................ 30 Commercial Alcohol Causing Great Bodily Harm ................................................................................................................................... 30
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OWO Operating Vehicle Without Owners Consent ............................................................................................................................................ 28

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HBH HAH FSA CFS HFS FSA CFS HFS

Haz. Commercial OWI Causing Great Bodily Harm................................................................................................................................ 30 Haz. Commercial Alcohol Causing Great Bodily Harm ........................................................................................................................... 30 Failure to Stop After Accident ................................................................................................................................................................. 30 Commercial Failure to Stop After Accident ............................................................................................................................................. 30 Haz. Commercial Failure to Stop After Accident..................................................................................................................................... 30 Failure to Stop After Accident ................................................................................................................................................................. 30 Commercial Failure to Stop After Accident ............................................................................................................................................. 30 Haz. Commercial Failure to Stop After Accident..................................................................................................................................... 30

DEPARTMENTAL ACTION..............................................................................................................................................31
ADL LOL IUL ADL LOL IUL D JCS AFA SR SRR DJN HTO RHT Altering Drivers License ........................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Loaning of License................................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Illegal Use of Operator's License ............................................................................................................................................................. 31 Altering Drivers License ........................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Loaning of License................................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Illegal Use of Operator's License ............................................................................................................................................................. 31 Any Drug Offense - Tribal Court violations ............................................................................................................................................... 31 Confidential.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 31 Appear For Examination for Another........................................................................................................................................................ 32 Safety Responsibility DL suspension...................................................................................................................................................... 32 Safety Responsibility Registration suspension ....................................................................................................................................... 32 Certified Unsatisfied Damage Judgment ................................................................................................................................................ 32 Habitual Traffic Offender.......................................................................................................................................................................... 32 Repeat Habitual Traffic Offender.............................................................................................................................................................. 32

Point System Cases-Trans. 101.04 (DR) .....................................................................................................................33 Non-Compliance Suspensions/Revocations (NCF,NCI,NCP,NCA,NCT,NCE) ............................................................33 Administrative Suspensions (BAC,CAC,HAC) .............................................................................................................33 Judicial Review.............................................................................................................................................................34
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Credit For Time Served ................................................................................................................................................34 COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE DISQUALIFICATIONS .............................................................................................35
Violations On or After 09/30/05 ­ Act 33 .............................................................................................................................................. 35
Imminent Hazard............................................................................................................................................................................................... 35 OWI PAC OCS CWI CCS HWI HCS CA HCA FSA CFS FSU CFU FRA CFR DSP CDS HFS HFU HFR HDS VUF CVF HVF IC Operating While Intoxicated/Restricted Controlled Substance ............................................................................................................... 35 Prohibited Alcohol Concentration............................................................................................................................................................ 35 Operating Controlled Substance............................................................................................................................................................. 35 Commercial Operating While Intoxicated................................................................................................................................................ 35 Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance .............................................................................................................................................. 35 Hazardous Commercial Operating While Intoxicated ............................................................................................................................. 35 Hazardous Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance ............................................................................................................................ 35 Commercial Alcohol - 0.04 but less than 0.08 ........................................................................................................................................ 36 Haz. Commercial Alcohol........................................................................................................................................................................ 36 Failure to Stop After Accident .................................................................................................................................................................. 36 Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident..................................................................................................................................................... 36 Failure to Stop After Accident - Unattended Vehicle............................................................................................................................... 36 Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident - Unattended Vehicle .................................................................................................................. 36 Failure to Report Accident ...................................................................................................................................................................... 36 Comm. Failure to Report Accident .......................................................................................................................................................... 36 Duty Upon Striking Property.................................................................................................................................................................... 36 Comm. Duty Upon Striking Property ....................................................................................................................................................... 36 Haz. Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident ............................................................................................................................................ 36 Haz. Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident - Unattended Vehicle.......................................................................................................... 36 Haz. Comm. Failure to Report Accident.................................................................................................................................................. 36 Haz. Comm. Duty Upon Striking Property............................................................................................................................................... 36 Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony.................................................................................................................................................... 36 Comm. Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony ...................................................................................................................................... 36 Haz. Comm. Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony.............................................................................................................................. 36 Implied Consent (Refusal) ...................................................................................................................................................................... 37
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ICU CIC CIN HIC HIN OII CII CAI NHI CHI GBH CBH CAD CAH HII HAI HHI HBH HAD HAH OAR CUL OAR CUL ACF ACF CCF

Implied Consent Underage ..................................................................................................................................................................... 37 Comm. Implied Consent.......................................................................................................................................................................... 37 Comm. Implied Consent - Not a Drop ..................................................................................................................................................... 37 Haz. Comm. Implied Consent ................................................................................................................................................................. 37 Haz. Comm. Implied Consent - Not a Drop............................................................................................................................................. 37 Operating While Intoxicated Causing Injury ............................................................................................................................................ 38 Comm. OWI Causing Injury .................................................................................................................................................................... 38 Comm. Alcohol Causing Injury ­ .04 or greater ...................................................................................................................................... 38 Negligent Homicide Intoxicated .............................................................................................................................................................. 38 Comm. Negligent Homicide Intoxicated .................................................................................................................................................. 38 Great Bodily Harm................................................................................................................................................................................... 38 Comm. OWI Causing Great Bodily Harm................................................................................................................................................ 38 Comm. Alcohol Causing Death ............................................................................................................................................................... 38 Comm. Alcohol Causing Great Bodily Harm ........................................................................................................................................... 38 Haz. Comm. OWI Causing Injury ............................................................................................................................................................ 38 Haz. Comm. Alcohol Causing Injury ­ .04 or greater.............................................................................................................................. 38 Haz. Comm. Negligent Homicide Intoxicated.......................................................................................................................................... 38 Haz. Comm. OWI Causing Great Bodily Harm ....................................................................................................................................... 38 Haz. Comm. Alcohol Causing Death....................................................................................................................................................... 38 Haz. Comm. Alcohol Causing Great Bodily Harm................................................................................................................................... 38 Driving a CMV When CDL is Revoked.................................................................................................................................................... 39 Driving a CMV When CDL is Canceled................................................................................................................................................... 39 Haz. Driving a CMV When CDL is Revoked ........................................................................................................................................... 39 Haz. Driving a CMV When CDL is Canceled .......................................................................................................................................... 39 Causing a Fatality/Negligent Operation of CMV ..................................................................................................................................... 39 Haz. Causing a Fatality/Negligent Operation of CMV ............................................................................................................................. 39 Comm. Controlled Substance Felony ..................................................................................................................................................... 39
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OWS Driving a CMV When CDL is Suspended................................................................................................................................................ 39 OWD Driving a CMV When CDL is Disqualified ............................................................................................................................................... 39 OWS Haz. Driving a CMV When CDL is Suspended ....................................................................................................................................... 39 OWD Haz. Driving a CMV When CDL is Disqualified....................................................................................................................................... 39

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HCF DLT FTC RD SE SI PI CCD CDL CFC CPI CRD CSE CSI LNP CUL FA

Haz. Comm. Controlled Substance Felony ............................................................................................................................................. 39 Deviating From Lane of Traffic................................................................................................................................................................ 40 Following Too Closely............................................................................................................................................................................. 40 Reckless Driving ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 40 Speeding Excess (20 mph or more over limit) ........................................................................................................................................ 40 Speeding Intermediate (15-19 mph over the limit) .................................................................................................................................. 40 Passing Illegally ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 40 Comm. Careless Driving (out-of-state convictions only) ......................................................................................................................... 40 Comm. Deviating From Lane of Traffic ................................................................................................................................................... 40 Comm. Following Too Closely ................................................................................................................................................................ 40 Comm. Passing Illegally.......................................................................................................................................................................... 40 Comm. Reckless Driving......................................................................................................................................................................... 40 Comm. Speeding Excess (20 mph or more over the limit)...................................................................................................................... 40 Comm. Speeding Intermediate (15-19 mph over the limit) ..................................................................................................................... 40 Driving a CMV Without a CDL in Possession ......................................................................................................................................... 40 Driving a CMV Without Obtaining a CDL/Driving a CMV Without Proper Class/Endorsement............................................................... 40 CDL Falsified Application........................................................................................................................................................................ 40

Serious Traffic Violations ­ CMV and non-CMV ............................................................................................................................................ 40

Any conviction related to a motor vehicle traffic violation with a fatal accident........................................................................................ 40

OWD Comm. Operating While Out of Service .................................................................................................................................................. 40 OWD Comm. with 16 or more passengers ....................................................................................................................................................... 40 CMV Railroad Crossing Violations under 346.44(1)(a) or (b); 346.44(2); 346.45(1)(a), (am), (b), (c), (d), (e); 346.45(2); 346.52(1)(i) ...... 41 FOS FOS FOS FOS FOS POH Failing to reduce speed and determine that the tracks are clear of any approaching train .................................................................... 41 Failing to stop before reaching the crossing if the tracks are not clear................................................................................................... 41 If the operator is always required to stop the vehicle, failing to do so before proceeding onto the crossing .......................................... 41 Failing to obey any official traffic control device or direction of any traffic officer, railroad employee, or other enforcement official ...... 41 Failing to have sufficient space to proceed completely through the crossing without stopping the vehicle............................................ 41 Failing to successfully proceed through the crossing because of insufficient undercarriage clearance. ................................................ 41

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Violations On or After 07/01/87 but Prior to 09/30/05 ........................................................................................................................... 42
CWI CCS HWI HCS CA HCA CFS CFU CFR CDS HFS HFU HFR HDS CVF HVF CIC CIN HIC HIN CII CAI CHI CBH CAD CAH HII HAI HHI Commercial Operating While Intoxicated................................................................................................................................................ 42 Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance .............................................................................................................................................. 42 Hazardous Commercial Operating While Intoxicated ............................................................................................................................. 42 Hazardous Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance ............................................................................................................................ 42 Commercial Alcohol - 0.04 but less than 0.08 ........................................................................................................................................ 42 Haz. Commercial Alcohol........................................................................................................................................................................ 42 Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident..................................................................................................................................................... 43 Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident - Unattended Vehicle .................................................................................................................. 43 Comm. Failure to Report Accident .......................................................................................................................................................... 43 Comm. Duty Upon Striking Property ....................................................................................................................................................... 43 Haz. Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident ............................................................................................................................................ 43 Haz. Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident - Unattended Vehicle.......................................................................................................... 43 Haz. Comm. Failure to Report Accident.................................................................................................................................................. 43 Haz. Comm. Duty Upon Striking Property............................................................................................................................................... 43 Comm. Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony ...................................................................................................................................... 43 Haz. Comm. Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony.............................................................................................................................. 43 Comm. Implied Consent.......................................................................................................................................................................... 43 Comm. Implied Consent - Not a Drop ..................................................................................................................................................... 43 Haz. Comm. Implied Consent ................................................................................................................................................................. 43 Haz. Comm. Implied Consent - Not a Drop............................................................................................................................................. 43 Comm. OWI Causing Injury .................................................................................................................................................................... 44 Comm. Alcohol Causing Injury ­ .04 or greater ...................................................................................................................................... 44 Comm. Negligent Homicide Intoxicated .................................................................................................................................................. 44 Comm. OWI Causing Great Bodily Harm................................................................................................................................................ 44 Comm. Alcohol Causing Death ............................................................................................................................................................... 44 Comm. Alcohol Causing Great Bodily Harm ........................................................................................................................................... 44 Haz. Comm. OWI Causing Injury ............................................................................................................................................................ 44 Haz. Comm. Alcohol Causing Injury ­ .04 or greater.............................................................................................................................. 44 Haz. Comm. Negligent Homicide Intoxicated.......................................................................................................................................... 44
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HBH HAD HAH CCF HCF CCD CDL CFC CPI CRD CSE CSI FA

Haz. Comm. OWI Causing Great Bodily Harm ....................................................................................................................................... 44 Haz. Comm. Alcohol Causing Death....................................................................................................................................................... 44 Haz. Comm. Alcohol Causing Great Bodily Harm................................................................................................................................... 44 Comm. Controlled Substance Felony ..................................................................................................................................................... 44 Haz. Comm. Controlled Substance Felony ............................................................................................................................................. 44 Comm. Careless Driving (out-of-state convictions only) ......................................................................................................................... 45 Comm. Deviating From Lane of Traffic ................................................................................................................................................... 45 Comm. Following Too Closely ................................................................................................................................................................ 45 Comm. Passing Illegally.......................................................................................................................................................................... 45 Comm. Reckless Driving......................................................................................................................................................................... 45 Comm. Speeding Excess (20 mph or more over the limit)...................................................................................................................... 45 Comm. Speeding Intermediate (15-19 mph over the limit) ..................................................................................................................... 45 CDL Falsified Application........................................................................................................................................................................ 45

Serious Traffic Violations-CMV ....................................................................................................................................................................... 45

Any conviction related to a motor vehicle traffic violation with a fatal accident........................................................................................ 45 OWD Comm. Operating While Out of Service .................................................................................................................................................. 45 OWD Comm. with 16 or more passengers ....................................................................................................................................................... 45 CMV Railroad Crossing Violations under 346.44(1)(a) or (b); 346.44(2); 346.45(1)(a), (am), (b), (c), (d), (e); 346.45(2); 346.52(1)(i) ...... 46 FOS FOS FOS FOS FOS POH Failing to reduce speed and determine that the tracks are clear of any approaching train .................................................................... 46 Failing to stop before reaching the crossing if the tracks are not clear................................................................................................... 46 If the operator is always required to stop the vehicle, failing to do so before proceeding onto the crossing .......................................... 46 Failing to obey any official traffic control device or direction of any traffic officer, railroad employee, or other enforcement official ...... 46 Failing to have sufficient space to proceed completely through the crossing without stopping the vehicle............................................ 46 Failing to successfully proceed through the crossing because of insufficient undercarriage clearance. ................................................ 46

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COURT ORDERED
Consent Decree/Delinquency/Truancy Court Ordered Suspensions
ACT 77 EFFECTIVE 07/01/96 CREATED CHAPTER 938 Statute # 938.32 (under 17) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 210 UCD Underage Consent Decree Court Action Confidential May extend decree and suspend no more than 2 years s.938.32(2)(a) & (c). Not eligible for an occupational. Prior to 02/07/00 use charge code 40-MSC. Confidential May restrict or suspend for 2 years, ordered by the court. Not eligible for an occupational.
Effective 07/01/96 - Act 77 repealed s.48.34(7) and recreated s.938.34(14m). Effective 01/01/00 ­ Act 84 eliminated revocation of operating privilege.

Dept. Action NONE

Points 0

938.34(14m) (under 17)

18

FD

Found Delinquent

NONE

0

938.342(1g)(a) (under 18)

122

T

Habitually Truant s.118.163(2)(a)

Confidential May suspend not less than 30 days nor more than 1 year. Previous revocations or suspensions do not have any effect on this action. Not eligible for an occupational.
Effective 06/18/98 - Act 239 renumbered s.938.342(1) to s.938.342(1g) & amended to increased length of suspension.

NONE

0

938.342(2)(a) (over 16 under 18)

122

T

School Dropout s.118.163(2m)(a)

Confidential Shall suspend until age 18, except if judge determines suspension to be a hardship to child or family. Not eligible for an occupational.
Effective 06/18/98 ­ Act 239 renumbered s.118.163 (2m) to s.118.163 (2m)(a).

NONE

0

938.355(6)(d)2 (under 17)

18

FD

Found Delinquent Violations of Conditions under s.938.355(2)(b)7 Sanctions - Violations of Previous Court Order based on Habitual Truancy

Confidential May suspend or limit operating privilege for a period of not more than 3 years. Circuit court only. Municipal courts must suspend under FPJ. Not eligible for an occupational. Confidential May suspend not more than 1 year or not more than 2 years if no valid license. Not eligible for an occupational. 1

NONE

0

938.355(6m) (under 17)

122

T

NONE

0

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Drug Related Court Ordered Suspensions
ACT 77 EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1996 CREATED CHAPTER 938 Statute # 938.34(14r)(a) (under 17) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 178 JCS Juvenile Controlled Substance excluding Drug paraphernalia Violations of Chapter. 961 Court Action Confidential Shall suspend not less than 6 months nor more than 5 years. Circuit court only. Not eligible for an occupational.
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 eliminated revocation of operating privilege.

Dept. Action NONE

Points 0

938.344(2e)(a) (under 17)

178

JCS

Juvenile Controlled Substance Drug Paraphernalia Viol. of s.961.573(2), s.961.574(2), & s.961.575(2)

Confidential Shall suspend not less than 6 months nor more than 5 years. Municipal or Circuit court. Not eligible for an occupational.
Effective 01/01/00 ­ Act 84 eliminated revocation of operating privilege.

NONE

0

961.50(1) (17 and over)

188

D

Drugs Chapter 961 - Any Drug Violation

Shall suspend not less than 6 months nor more than 5 years. Circuit court only. 1st - Eligible for occupational immediately. 2nd - Eligible for occupational after 60 days. 3rd & subq - Eligible for occupational after 90 days. The five year period shall be measured from date of violation which resulted in conviction. Refer to s.961.50(2)
Effective 01/01/00 ­ Act 84 eliminated revocation of operating privilege.

NONE

0

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Failure to Pay Court Ordered Suspensions
Statute # 343.30(1z) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 206 FPD Failure to Pay Driver Improvement Surcharge Court Action May suspend until surcharge is paid, not to exceed 2 yrs. Period is reduced to the date paid. Court to notify department if payment received during suspension period. Previous revocations or suspensions do not have any effect on this action. Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 changed maximum length of suspension.

Dept. Action NONE

Points 0

345.47(1)(b)

23

FPF

Failure to Pay Forfeiture Traffic

Required to suspend for 30 days or until forfeiture, penalty assessment if required, jail assessment if required, is paid but not to exceed 2 years. When paid, period is reduced to the date paid. Court to notify department if payment received during suspension period. Previous revocations or suspensions do not have any effect on this action. Not eligible for an occupational.
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 changed maximum length of suspension.

NONE

0

767.303(1),(2)

205

FPS

Failure to Pay Support Viol. of Chp 767, 769, or 948.22(7)

May suspend until all arrearages paid or makes arrangements to court for payments, not to exceed 2 years. Certification by court-767.303(2). Eligible for occupational immediately.
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 changed maximum length of suspension

NONE

0

343.345 & 49.857(3)(a)3

205

FPS

Failure to Pay Support

The Department of Workforce Development may suspend until all arrearages paid or makes arrangements for payments, not to exceed 5 years. Eligible for occupational immediately.
Effective 05/01/98 - created by Act 191

NONE

0

49.857(3)(b)

205

FPS

Failure to Comply with DWD subpoena or warrant

6 month suspension Eligible for occupational immediately.

NONE

0

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Violations On or After 07/01/96 through 11/30/99
Statute # 800.09 (1)(c) & 800.095(4)(b)4 (17 and older) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 123 FPN Failure to Pay Judgment and Restitution Court Action Required to suspend until judgment and any restitution order is paid, not to exceed 5 years. Period is reduced to the date paid. Court to notify department if payment received during suspension period. Previous revocations or suspensions do not have any effect on this action. Not eligible for an occupational.
Repealed by Act 9 - Effective with violations on or after 12/01/99, eliminated authority of court to suspend for failure to pay non-traffic convictions.

Dept. Action NONE

Points 0

Effective 01/01/00 - Cases Processed With A Violation Date Prior to 12/01/99
Statute # 800.09(1)(c) & 800.095(4)(b)4 (17 and older) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 123 FPN Failure to Pay Judgment and Restitution Court Action Required to suspend until judgment and any restitution order is paid, not to exceed 2 years. Period is reduced to the date paid. Court to notify department if payment received during suspension period. Previous revocations or suspensions do not have any effect on this action. Not eligible for an occupational.
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 changed maximum length of suspension to 2 years - Applies to cases processed with a violation date prior to 12/01/99. Repealed by Act 9 - Effective with violations on or after 12/01/99, eliminated authority of court to suspend for failure to pay non-traffic convictions.

Dept. Action NONE

Points 0

938.355(6)(d)2 938.34(8d)(d)

87 87

FPJ FPJ

Failure to Comply with Dispositional Order Failure to Pay Victim Witness Fee

May suspend not more than 3 years. May suspend not more than 5 years.

NONE NONE

0 0

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Violations On or After 07/01/96 through 11/30/99
Statute # 938.17(2)(d), 938.34(8), 938.343(2) (under 17) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 87 FPJ Failure to Pay Forfeiture Juvenile civil law/local ord or juvenile disposition Court Action Confidential May suspend not less than 30 days nor more than 5 years for violations on or after 07/01/96 through 11/30/99. Effective with violations on or after 07/01/96 do not honor after application or consecutive. (Violations prior to 07/01/96 suspend not less than 30 days nor more than 90 days-honor after application & consecutive.) Court to notify department if payment received during suspension period. Period reduced to date paid. Not eligible for an occupational.
Repealed by Act 9 - Effective with violations on or after 12/01/99, eliminated authority of court to suspend for failure to pay non-traffic convictions.

Dept. Action NONE

Points 0

Effective 01/01/00 - Cases Processed With A Violation Date Prior to 12/01/99
Statute # 938.17(2)(d), 938.34(8), 938.343(2) (under 17) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 87 FPJ Failure to Pay Forfeiture Juvenile civil law/local ord or juvenile disposition Court Action Confidential May suspend not more than 2 years. Not eligible for an occupational.
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 changed maximum length of suspension to 2 years - Applies to cases processed with a violation date prior to 12/01/99. Repealed by Act 9 - Effective with violations on or after 12/01/99, eliminated authority of court to suspend for failure to pay non-traffic convictions.

Dept. Action NONE

Points 0

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

Effective 10/01/01 Cases Processed With A CONVICTION DATE On or After 10/01/01
Statute # 938.17(2)(d), 938.34(8), 938.343(2) (under 17) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 87 FPJ Failure to Pay Forfeiture Juvenile civil law/local ord or juvenile disposition Court Action Confidential May suspend not more than 2 years. Not eligible for an occupational.
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 changed maximum length of suspension to 2 years. Applies to cases processed with a violation date prior to 12/01/99. Repealed by Act 9 - Effective with violations on or after 12/01/99, eliminated authority of court to suspend for failure to pay non-traffic convictions. Effective 12/01/01 - Act 16 Courts may suspend for FPJ for charges with conviction dates on or after 10/01/01.

Dept. Action NONE

Points 0

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

Traffic Related Court Ordered Revocations or Suspensions
OAR/OWS/OWD Violations On or After 08/01/00
Statute # 343.30(1g)(a) & (b) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 52 44 183 OWS Operating While Suspended Violation of s.343.44(1)(a) OAR Operating After Revocation Violation of s.343.44(1)(b) OWD Operating While Disqualified Violation of s.343.44(1)(d) Court Action 1st-3rd in a 5 year period. May suspend for any period not to exceed 6 months. Eligible for occupational after 15 days. Dept. Action Dept will take action if no court order & point accumulation is 12 or more in a 1 yr period. Trans. 101 Points 3

4th+ in a 5 year period. Shall revoke 6 months (court may order Dept will take action if court fails a lesser time period). Federal and Tribal convictions shall to do so-s.343.31(1)(hm) count as priors. Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
Act 84 - violations will result in suspension only if ordered by court. No action will be taken if court does not order. 2005 Wis. Act 97: Effective with convictions received by the department on or after 07/27/05 ­ OAR/OWS/OWD convictions are no longer counted as HTO minor convictions. Effective 08/01/98 - Act 84 amended s.343.32(2)(bg) changing OAR/OWS/OWD demerit point assessment to three (3) demerit points, and repealed s.351.02(1)(a)4, changing OAR/OWS/OWD from major convictions to minor convictions for HTO calculation purposes.

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OAR/OWS Violations On or After 01/01/93 Through 07/31/00
Statute # 343.30(1g) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 44 52 OAR Operating After Revocation Violation of s.343.44(1) OWS Operating While Suspended Violation of s.343.44(1) Court Action May revoke up to 6 months if prior convictions are other than alcohol related including administrative suspensions for Prohibited Alcohol Concentration. Shall revoke up to 6 months if previously revoked or suspended for an alcohol related offense. Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
Act 277 - Violations on or after 01/01/93 for OAR/OWS cases processed through 04/30/00 requires mandatory revocation if, on the date of violation, previously revoked/suspended for a alcohol related offense-refer to s.343.31(1)(f) & s.343.31(3)(g). (Violations prior to 01/01/93 for any OAR/OWS conviction requires a 6 month mandatory revocation-refer to s.343.31(1)(f).)

Dept. Action Dept will take action if no court order & point accumulation is 12 or more in a 1 yr period. Trans. 101 Dept. to take action under s.343.31(3)(g)- Repealed by Act 84 - Effective 08/01/00.

Points 3

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

Operating While Under Influence of Intoxicant s.346.63(1)(a), Prohibited Alcohol Concentration 346.63(1)(b) or Detectable Amount of Controlled Substance s.346.63(1)(am)
Statute # 343.30(1q) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 55 212 174 157 138 173 165 OWI PAC OCS CWI Operating While Intoxicated Prohibited Alcohol Concentration Operating Controlled Substance Commercial Operating While Intoxicated CCS Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance HWI Hazardous Commercial Operating While Intoxicated HCS Hazardous Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance Court Action 1st offense­ s.343.30(1q)(b)2. Revoke 6-9 months** - Eligible for occupational immediately. Dept. Action Assessment Required * Points 6

2nd offense­ s.343.30(1q)(b)3. Department to take Revoke 1 yr-18 months - Eligible for occupational after 60 days, completion of assessment, & in compliance with Driver Safety Plan-(s.343.30(1q)(b)3.). Effective with action if court fails to do so. OWI-type violations on or after 09/30/01, eligible for occupational after 1 year if any 2 s.343.30(1q)(f) convictions have violation dates within a 5 year period. 3rd & subq offenses­ s.343.30(1q)(b)4. Revoke 2-3 yrs. - Eligible for occupational after 90 days, completion of assessment, & in compliance with Driver Safety Plan-(s.343.30(1q)(b)4.). Effective with OWI-type violations on or after 09/30/01, eligible for occupational after 1 year if any 2 convictions have violation dates within a 5 year period.
2003 Wis. Act 97: Effective with violations committed on or after 12/19/03 ­ 346.63(1)(am). OWI/CWI/HWI ­ Person has a detectable amount of a restricted controlled substance in his or her blood. Statute number listed in remarks field of the conviction entry on driver record. * 2003 Wis. Act 30: Effective with violations committed on or after 09/30/03 ­ If convicted of first violation under 346.63(1)(b) only and alcohol concentration is 0.08 or higher but less than 0.10, no assessment required. Increased Penalties: Act 425 Effective 06/21/96-S.343.30(1q)(B)4m. Double revocation and suspension time periods if violation on or after 06/21/96 and passenger in vehicle under age 16. Amended - Act 277 (2nd and subsequent convictions) Any occupational license issued on or after 01/01/93 requires assessment completion and in compliance with driver safety plan. **1st Offense violations prior to 04/09/01, suspend 6-9 months, eligible for occupational immediately.

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

Other Traffic Violations
Statute # 343.30(1) Charge Code # Charge/Reason Any State Traffic Conviction or Local Ordinance Court Action May suspend up to 1 yr. Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 eliminated revocation of operating privilege

Dept. Action Dept. will take action if point accumulation is 12 or more in 1 yr period and court order is less than 2 mos. Trans.101 Dept takes action if no court order & point accumulation is 12 or more in a 1 yr period. Trans. 101 NONE

Points Assessed Value Trans. 101.02 4

343.30(1j)

33

FYR Failure to Yield Right of Way s.346.18

If offense resulted in bodily harm of another, suspend 30 days. If offense resulted in great bodily harm of another, suspend 90 days. If offense resulted in the death of another, suspend 9 months.
Effective 10/01/06 ­ 2005 Act 466.

343.30(1n)

65

SE

Speeding Excess s.346.57(4)(gm) or (h) (25 or more over legal limit of 55 mph or 65 mph) Illegal Passing of Emergency Vehicle s.346.072(1)(a) or (b)

Court is required to suspend for a period of 15 days effective date of notification by the department.
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 provided for DOT to set the effective date of suspension.

6

343.30(1o)

88

PI

If offense resulted in property damage to another, suspend 90 days year. If offense resulted in bodily harm to another, suspend 180 days - 2 years. If offense resulted in the death of another, suspend 2 years.
Effective 12/01/01 Act 15, violations on or after 12/01/01.

NONE

3

343.30(1p) (under 21)

108

UAO Underage Alcohol Operation over .00% but not more than 0.08% s.346.63(2m)

Court shall suspend 3 months - Court shall suspend 6 months if violation on or after 06/21/96 and passenger in vehicle under age 16. (Act 425 effective 06/21/96) Eligible for occupational immediately.
2005 Act 317 ­ Changed demerit point assessment for violations on or after 04/21/06 to 4 points. Violations prior to 04/21/06 are assessed 0 points. Amended - Act 27 - Violations on or after 10/14/97 "If a person has not attained the legal drinking age" (under 21). Violations prior to 10/14/97 has age requirement under 19.

Dept takes action if no court order & point accumulation is 12 or more in a 1 yr period. Trans. 101

4

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

Statute # 343.30(2d)

Charge Code # 64

Charge/Reason SO Sex Offense s.940.225, s.948.02, s.948.025, s.948.07

Court Action May suspend for 1 yr. or until discharged from jail, prison, or probation or parole; whichever date is later. Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 eliminated revocation of operating privilege.

Dept. Action NONE

Points 0

343.30(2g)

25 142 167

FSA Failure to Stop After Accident Violations of s.346.67; No personal injury, great bodily harm, or death. CFS Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident Violations of s.346.67; No personal injury, great bodily harm, or death. HFS Haz. Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident Violations of s.346.67; No personal injury, great bodily harm, or death. FSU Failure to Stop After AccidentUnattended Vehicle Violations of s.346.68 CFU Comm. Failure to Stop After AccidentUnattended Vehicle Violations of s.346.68 HFU Haz. Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident-Unattended Vehicle Violations of s.346.68 DSP Duty Upon Striking Property Violations of s.346.69 CDS Comm. Duty Upon Striking Property Violations of s.346.69 HDS Haz. Comm. Duty Upon Striking Property Violations of s.346.69

May suspend or revoke for any period not to exceed 1 year. (Mandatory action - See s.343.31.) Eligible for occupational after 15 days.

Dept. will take action if no court order & point accumulation is 12 or more in a 1 year period. Trans. 101

6

184 185 186

6

189 190 191

0

Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 CREATED s.343.30(2g)

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

Statute # 343.30(2j)

Charge Code # 63

Charge/Reason Reckless Driving Violation of s.346.44(1) or s.346.62(2m). Endanger safety by driving vehicle on or across railroad crossing or through, around, or under crossing gate or barrier at railroad crossing. CRD Comm. Reckless Driving Violation of s.346.44(1) or s.346.62(2m). Endanger safety by driving vehicle on or across railroad crossing or through, around, or under crossing gate or barrier at railroad crossing. IIV Intoxicant in Vehicle carrying underage person s.346.93 RD

Court Action May revoke 6 months for first conviction. Shall revoke 6 months for the 2nd or subsequent conviction within a 5-year period. The 5-year period shall be measured from dates of violations that resulted in the convictions. Convictions arising out of the same incident or occurrence shall be counted as a single conviction.

Dept. Action Dept. will take action if no court order & point accumulation is 12 or more in a 1 year period. Trans. 101

Points 6

151

Effective 05/02/98 - Act 135 created s.343.30(2j)

343.30(2m)

34

May suspend not less than 30 days nor more than 1 yr. Previous revocations or suspensions for other reasons do not have any effect on this action. Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 eliminated revocation of operating privilege.

NONE

0

343.30(3)

104

OCR Occupational license ­ Court Ordered May withdraw the occupational order whenever the judge does not Withdrawal see fit to permit licensee to retain the occupational license. s.343.10
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 eliminated revocation of the occupational license and required the department to cancel the occupational license.

Department will cancel occupational (LPI)

0

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

Statute # 343.305(10)

Charge Code # 91 144 169

Charge/Reason IC CIC HIC Implied Consent (Refusal) Comm.-Implied Consent Haz. Comm. Implied Consent

Court Action 1st offense - Revoke 1 year. Eligible for occupational after 30 days. 2nd offense - Revoke 2 years. Eligible for occupational after 90 days, completion of assessment, & incompliance with Driver Safety Plan-(s.343.305(10)(b)3.). Effective with OWI-type violations on or after 09/30/01, not eligible for occupational until after 1 year if any 2 convictions have violation dates within a 5 year period. 3rd and subsequent offenses - Revoke 3 years. Eligible for occupational after 120 days, completion of assessment & incompliance with Driver Safety Plan-(s.343.305(10)(b)4.) Effective with OWI-type violations on or after 09/30/01, not eligible for occupational until after 1 year if any 2 convictions have violation dates within a 5 year period. Increased Penalties: Act 425 Effective 06/21/96 s.343.305(10)(b)4m. Double revocation time period if violation on or after 06/21/96 and passenger in vehicle under age 16.
Amended - Act 277 (2nd and subsequent convictions) Any occupational license issued on or after 01/01/93 requires assessment completion and in compliance with driver safety plan. Effective 12/20/89 - Act 105 Refusals with a violation on or after 12/20/89 under s.343.305(9)(d) or another jurisdiction in substantial conformity are considered a major offense under Chp. 351 Habitual Traffic Offender Law.

Dept. Action Assessment Required. Department to take action if court fails to do so. s.343.305(10)(f)

Points 0

343.305 (10)(em)

109 146 171

ICU CIN HIN

Implied Consent Underage (Refusal) Viol. of s.346.63(2m) Comm. Implied Consent - Not a Drop Viol. of s.346.63(7) Haz. Comm. Implied Consent - Not a Drop Viol. of s.346.63(7)

Revoke 6 mos. - see s.346.65(2u)(c). Revoke 12 mos if violation on or after 06/21/96 and passenger in vehicle under age 16. (Act 425 effective 06/21/96). Previous revocations or suspensions do not have any effect on this action. Eligible for occupational after 15 days.

No assessment required. Department to take action if court fails to do so. (s.343.305(10)(f)

0

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

Statute # 346.63(5)(a)

Charge Code # 130 163

Charge/Reason CA Commercial Alcohol 0.04% or more but less than 0.08% HCA Haz. Commercial Alcohol 0.04% or more but less than 0.08% CAI HAI Commercial Alcohol Causing Injury 0.04% or more but less than 0.08% Haz. Commercial Alcohol Causing Injury 0.04% or more but less than 0.08%

Court Action No suspension or revocation is required. The court may proceed under s.343.30(1) listed on page 11. This conviction is a disqualifying offense and will result in a disqualification of only the commercial privilege. See s.343.315(2)(a)2. See s.343.31(1)(ar) on page 28.

Dept. Action

Points 0

346.63(6)(a)

134 161

Mandatory

6

346.63(7)(a)1 346.63(7)(a)2 346.63(7)(a)3

148 149

COO Commercial 0.0 - Not a Drop CPB Commercial Possession of Intoxicating Beverage

Issue a 24 hr out-of-service order. The court may proceed under s.343.30(1) listed on page 11. Issue a 24 hr out-of-service order. The court may proceed under s.343.30(1) listed on page 11. Dept will take action if no court order & point accumulation is 12 or more in a 1 year period. Trans. 101

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

Underage Alcohol & Related Court Ordered Suspensions
Statute # 125.07(4)(a)& (4)(bs) (under 17) 125.07(4)(a)& (4)(bs) (17-20) 125.07(4)(b) & (4)(c) (under 17) 125.07(4)(b) & (4)(c) (17-20) 125.085(3)(bd) (under 17) 125.085(3)(bd) (17-20) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 103 JA Juvenile Alcohol Underage Procures, Attempts to Procure, Enters or is on Licensed Premises, Falsely Represents Age Court Action Confidential Under 17 - See s.938.344(2b)-Page 18. Eligible for occupational after 15 days. Confidential Age 17-20 - See s.343.30(6)(b)-Page 17. Eligible for occupational after 15 days. Confidential Under 17 - See s.938.344(2)(a)-Page 18. Eligible for occupational after 15 days. Confidential Age 17-20 - See s.343.30(6)(b)-Page 17. Eligible for occupational after 15 days. Confidential Under 17 - See s.938.344(2d)-Page 18. Eligible for occupational after 15 days. Confidential Age 17-20 - See s.343.30(6)(bm) on Page 17. Eligible for occupational after 15 days. Dept. Action NONE Points 0

207

UAL Underage Alcohol Procures, Attempts to Procure, Enters or is on Licensed Premises, Falsely Represents Age JA Juvenile Alcohol Underage Possess or Consume Alcohol Beverages

NONE

0

103

NONE

0

207

UAL Underage Alcohol Possess or Consume Alcohol Beverages JID Juvenile Identification Card

NONE

0

111

NONE

0

208

UID

Underage Identification Card

NONE

0

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

Statute # 343.30(6)(b)3 (17-20)

Charge Charge/Reason Code # 207 UAL Underage Alcohol Viol.-s.125.07(4)(a) or (b), s.125.09(2)(b)

Court Action Confidential May suspend: 1st viol.- 30-90 days. 2nd viol.- not more than 1 year if within* 12 mos. of a previous violation. For violations on/after 01/01/01, court must suspend for up to 1 year if offense involved a motor vehicle. 3rd and subsequent viol.- not more than 2 years if within* 12 mos. of 2 or more previous violations. For violations on/after 01/01/01, court must suspend for up to 1 year if offense involved a motor vehicle. Effective from date of disposition or if no WI license, suspension shall commence after application. Previous revocations or suspensions do not have any effect on this action. Eligible for occupational after 15 days. Under age 17 - See s.938.344(2).
*Effective 01/01/01 ­ Act 109. Added a suspension if offense involved a motor vehicle. Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 eliminated revocation of operating privilege.

Dept. Action NONE

Points 0

343.30(6)(bm) (17-20)

208

UID

Underage Identification Card s.125.085(3)(bd)

Confidential May suspend 30 to 90 days. Effective from date of disposition or if no WI license, suspension shall commence after application. Previous revocations or suspensions do not have any effect on this action. Eligible for occupational after 15 days. Under age 17 - See s.938.344(2d).

NONE

0

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

Statute #
938.344(2) (a),(b),(c) (under 17)

Charge Charge/Reason Code # 103 JA Juvenile Alcohol Underage Viol. of s.125.07(4)(b) & s.125.09(2)(b) Possess or consume alcohol beverages or possess or consume on school grounds, etc.

Court Action Confidential May suspend: 1st violation- 30-90 days. 2nd violation- not more than 1 year if within* 12 mos. of a previous violation. For violations after 01/01/01, court must suspend for up to 1 year if offense involved a motor vehicle. 3rd and subsequent violations- not more than 2 years if within* 12 mos of 2 or more previous violations. For violations after 01/01/01, court must suspend for up to 1 year if offense involved a motor vehicle. Suspension time periods provided for under s.343.30(6)(b)1,2,3. Effective on date of disposition, s.343.30(6)(c) except if no WI license, suspension shall commence after application. Previous revocations or suspensions do not have any effect on this action. Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
*Effective 01/01/01 - Act 109. . Added a suspension if offense involved a motor vehicle. Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 eliminated revocation of operating privilege.

Dept. Action NONE

Points 0

938.344(2b) (a),(b),(c) (under 17)

103

JA

Juvenile Alcohol Underage Viol. of s.125.07(4)(a) Procures or attempts to procure, enters or is on licensed premises, falsely represents age Juvenile Identification Card Viol. of s.125.085(3)(b)

Confidential See s.938.344(2)(a), (b), (c), listed above, for information regarding suspension. Suspension time periods provided for under s.343.30(6)(b)1,2,3. Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 eliminated revocation of operating privilege.

NONE

0

938.344(2d) (under 17)

111

JID

Confidential May suspend 30 to 90 days. Effective from date of disposition or if no WI license, suspension shall commence after application. Suspension time periods provided for under s.343.30(6)(bm) on page 17. Eligible for occupational after 15 days.

NONE

0

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

Repealed Laws
Statute # 343.31(3)(g) Repealed by Act 84 effective 08/01/00 Charge Charge/Reason Code # 44 52 OAR Operating After Revocation Violation of s.343.44(1) OWS Operating While Suspended Violation of s.343.44(1) Court Action Revoke 6 months if previously revoked or suspended for alcohol violation under s.346.63(1), (5), 346.63(2), (6), s.940.09(1), s.940.25, and refusals under s.343.305. (See s.343.31(3)(g).) Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
Act 277 - Violations on or after 01/01/93 for OAR/OWS cases processed through 07/31/00 require mandatory revocation if, on the date of violation, previously revoked/suspended for a alcohol elated offense-refer to s.343.31(1)(f) & s.343.31(3)(g). Violations prior to 01/01/93 for any OAR/OWS conviction required a 6 month mandatory revocation-refer to s.343.31(1)(f). Effective 08/01/98 - Act 84 AMENDED S.343.32(2)(bg) changing OAR/OWS/OWD demerit point assessment to three (3) demerit points, and repealed s.351.02(1)(a)4. changing OAR/ OWS/OWD from major convictions to minor convictions for HTO calculation purposes.

Dept. Action

Points 3

343.31(3)(h) Repealed by Act 84 effective 08/01/00

73

VOO Violation of Occupational License s.343.43(1)(d) & s.343.10(8)

Revoke 6 months Eligible for an occupational after 15 days.
Effective 08/01/00 - Act 84 amended s.343.10(8)(a) & (b)Occupational License violations shall be prosecuted under s.343.44(1)(a) & (b).

6

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

Violations On or After 07/01/96 Through 11/30/99 ­ FPJ/FPN
Statute # 800.09(1)(c) & 800.095(4)(b)4 (17 and older) Repealed by Act 9 effective with violations on or after 12/01/99. 800.09(1)(c ) & 800.095(4)(b)4 (17 and older) Repealed by Act 9 effective with violations on or after 12/01/99 938.17(2)(d), 938.34(8), 938.343(2) (under 17) Repealed by Act 9-effective with violation dates from 12/01/99 to conviction dates prior to 10/01/01. 87 FPJ 123 FPN Failure to Pay Judgment and Restitution Charge Charge/Reason Code # 123 FPN Failure to Pay Judgment and Restitution Court Action Required to suspend until judgement and any restitution order is paid, not to exceed 5 years. Period is reduced to the date paid. Court to notify department if payment received during suspension period. Previous revocations or suspensions do not have any effect on this action. Not eligible for occupational. Dept. Action NONE Points 0

Required to suspend until judgement and any restitution order is paid, not to exceed 2 years. Period is reduced to the date paid. Court to notify department if payment received during suspension period. Previous suspensions or revocations do not have any effect on this action. Not eligible for occupational.

NONE

0

Failure to Pay Forfeiture Juvenile Confidential civil law/local ord or juvenile disposition May suspend not less than 30 days nor more than 5 years for violations on or after 07/01/96 through 11/03/99. Effective with violations on or after 07/01/96 do not honor after application or consecutive. (Violations prior to 07/01/96 suspend not less than 30 days nor more than 90 days-honor after application & consecutive.) Court to notify department if payment received during suspension period. Period reduced to date paid. Not eligible for occupational.

NONE

0

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Statute # 938.17(2)(d), 938.34(8), 938.343(2) (under 17) Repealed by Act 9-effective with violation dates from 12/01/99 to conviction dates prior to 10/01/01.

Charge Charge/Reason Code # 87 FPJ

Court Action

Dept. Action NONE

Points 0

Failure to Pay Forfeiture Juvenile Confidential civil law/local ord or juvenile disposition May suspend not more than 2 years. Not eligible for occupational.

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Informational
Assessment Required
s.343.30(1q)(c) & s.343.305(10)(c) If person is convicted under s.346.63(1)(a) Operating While Under the Influence of an Intoxicant or Controlled Substance-OWI, OCS, CWI, CCS, HWI, HCS; s.346.63(1am) Operating With Detectable Amount of Restricted Controlled Substance in Blood-OWI, CWI, HWI; *s346.63(1)(b) Prohibited Alcohol Concentration-PAC; s.346.63(2) Operating While Intoxicated With InjuryOII, CII, HII; s.940.25 Great Bodily Harm-GBH, CBH, CAH, HBH, HAH; s.940.09 Homicide Intoxicated Use-5 yrs. where the offense involved the use of a vehicle-NHI, CHI, HHI, CAD, HAD; or is revoked for implied consent refusal- IC, CIC, HIC; the court shall order assessment. Department is to take action if court fails to do so. Refer to s.343.30(1q)(f) or s.343.305(10)(f). No assessment required for convictions received from a tribal court. *2003 Wis. Act 30: Effective with violations committed on or after 09/30/03 ­ If convicted of first violation under 346.63(1)(b) only and alcohol concentration is 0.08 or higher but less than 0.10, no assessment required.

Chemical Tests Required
s.343.305 Test may be required for the purpose of determining presence of alcohol or controlled substances for the violation of s.346.63(1)(a)-Operating While Intoxicated, s.346.63(1am) Operating With Detectable Amount of Restricted Controlled Substance in Blood, s346.63(1)(b)-Prohibited Alcohol Concentration, s.346.63(5)-Commercial Alcohol 0.04 or more but less than 0.08, s.346.63(2)-Operating While Intoxicated With Injury, s.346.63(6)-Commercial Alcohol With Injury 0.04 or more but less than 0.08, s.346.63(7)-Commercial Not A Drop, s.940.25-Great Bodily Harm, & s.940.09-Negligent Homicide Intoxicated-5 yr.

Department's Authority
s.343.30(1q)(f), S.343.31(1m), & S.343.31(3)(bm) Courts failure to make order, department may make order.

Fees
s.343.10(2), s.343.21(1)(e), s.343.21(1)(j), s.343.21(1)(jm), s.343.21(1)(m) Fee for offense or arrest date on or after 03/01/87 is: Occupational fee - $40.00; Revocation Reinstatement fee - $50.00; Suspension Reinstatement fee - $50.00. Fee for reinstatement on or after 12/21/95 based on a Disqualification or Cancellation is $50.00.

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Occupational License Eligibility
s.343.10(2)(a)1 Eligible for occupational license if not previously suspended or revoked under Chp.343, 344, or s.961.50 within the 1 year period immediately preceding the present revocation or suspension. A person is eligible if the only previous revocation & suspension cases are for JCS convictions under Chapter 48.

Time Periods Doubled
s.343.30(1q)(b)4m, s.343.30(1p), s.343.305(10)(b)4m, s.343.305(10)(em), s.343.31(3)(bm)4m, s.343.31(3)(c), s.343.31(3)(e), & s.343.31(3)(f) Revocation or suspension time period is doubled if violation on or after 06/21/96 with passenger in vehicle under age 16 for convictions under s.346.63(1)(a) Operating While Under the Influence of an Intoxicant or Controlled Substance-OWI, OCS, CWI, CCS, HWI, HCS; s.346.63(1am) Operating With Detectable Amount of Restricted Controlled Substance in Blood-OWI, CWI, HWI; s.346.63(1)(b)-Prohibited Alcohol Concentration-PAC; s.343.30(1p) Underage Alcohol Operation-UAO; s.343.305(10)(b) revoked for implied consent refusal-IC, CIC, HIC; s.343.305(10)(em) revoked for implied consent refusal underage-ICU, CIN, HIN; s.346.63(2) Operating While Intoxicated With Injury-OII, CII, HII; s.940.09 Homicide Intoxicated Use-NHI, CHI, HHI, CAD, HAD; s.940.25 Great Bodily Harm-GBH, CBH, CAH, HBH, HAH.

Time Periods Reduced
s.343.30(1q)(h) & s.343.305(10)(g) The period of suspension or revocation shall be reduced by any period of suspension or revocation previously served under s.343.305 for any refusal or Administrative Suspension for Prohibited Alcohol Concentration and the conviction for violation of s.346.63(1)(a)-Operating While Intoxicated, s.346.63(1am) Operating With Detectable Amount of Restricted Controlled Substance in Blood, 346.63(1)(b)-Prohibited Alcohol Concentration and s.346.63(2m)-Underage Alcohol Operation or local ordinance in conformity therewith if they arise out of the same incident or occurrence.

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Prior Alcohol Offenses To Be Counted
Under s.343.307(1), s.343.307(2), s.343.30(1q)(b)1, & s.343.305(10)(b)1

Consider previous convictions for: s.940.25

Great Bodily Harm GBH, CBH, CAH, HBH, HAH Negligent Homicide Intoxicated-5 yr. where the offense involved the use of a vehicle NHI, CHI, HHI, CAD, HAD Operating While Intoxicated OWI, PAC, OCS, CWI, CCS, HWI, HCS Operating While Intoxicated With Injury OII, CII, HII Refusal revocations; if not same incident IC, CIC, HIC

s.940.09

s.346.63(1)(a), and/or (am), and/or (b)

s.346.63(2)

s.343.305(9)

Tribal Court convictions with violations on or after 08/15/91 for the above charges are to be counted as priors. Convictions for Commercial Alcohol-CA/HCA, Commercial Alcohol Injury-CAI/HAI are counted as priors only when the latest entry is a refusals.343.307(2)(a) & (b). Effective 01/01/01 Act 109, GBH and NH always count as priors regardless of date of violation. Effective with violations on or after 01/01/99. The 10 year period shall apply if a prior offense exists. The lifetime of the record shall apply if 2 or more prior offenses exist. Violations prior to 01/01/89 cannot be counted. (See s.343.31(3)(bm)3 & 4) Act 237 effective 01/01/99 - Lifetime. Violations between 01/01/88 and 12/31/98. Count prior offenses within a 5 year period for a 2nd violation. Count prior offenses in a 10 year period for 3rd & subsequent violations. Do not count prior offenses prior to 01/01/88. The 5-year or 10-year period shall be measured from dates of refusal, or violations which resulted in suspension, revocation or conviction. Refer to s.343.30(1q)(b)5., s.343.305(10)(b)5, and s.343.31(3)(bm)5. Act 317 effective 04/30/94 - 10 year period. Convictions from other jurisdictions using substantially similar terms are to be counted as a prior offense. Convictions from other jurisdictions are processed using the same criteria except that the 2nd & subsequent withdrawal period is only one year.

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

MANDATORY
REVOCATIONS/SUSPENSIONS REQUIRING DEPARTMENT TO REVOKE/SUSPEND OPERATING PRIVILEGE-343.31 The department shall revoke or suspend the operating privilege upon receiving a record of conviction for any violation of a state law or local ordinance which is in conformity therewith or under a law of a federally recognized American Indian tribe or band in this state which is in conformity with state law for any of the charges listed on this page through page 31.

OAR/OWS/OWD Violations On or After 08/01/00 - Act 84
Statute # 343.31(1)(hm) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 52 44 183 OWS Operating While Suspended s.343.44(1)(a)-4th+ conviction within a 5 year period OAR Operating After Revocation s.343.44(1)(b)-4th+ conviction within a 5 year period OWD Operating While Disqualified s.343.44(1)(d)-4th+ conviction within a 5 year period Action Revoke 6 months. (only if no court order under s.343.30(1g)(b)). Tribal convictions and Federal convictions for violations that occurred at Fort McCoy are included. Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
Effective 08/01/00 - Act 84 created 343.31(1)(hm), amended s.343.30(1g)(a) adding violations for Operating While Disqualified, and amended s.343.10(8)(a) & (b)- Occupational License violations shall be prosecuted under s.343.44(1)(a) & (b).

Points 3

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OAR/OWS Violations On or After 01/01/93 And Cases Processed Through 07/31/00
Statute # Other Jurisdiction 343.31(2m) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 44 52 OAR Operating After Revocation s.343.44(1) OWS Operating While Suspended s.343.44(1) Action Revoke for 6 months Violations on or after 01/01/93 and cases process through 07/31/00: Revoke only if on date of violation subject previously suspended or revoked in Wisconsin for alcohol violation whether the alcohol withdrawal occurred because of a violation in Wisconsin or another jurisdiction. Other jurisdictions also include Federal Court convictions for violations that occurred at Fort McCoy. Eligible for occupational after 15 days
Revocation shall not apply to CMV operating by a non-resident who holds a valid CDL issued in another state. Act 277 - Violations on or after 01/01/93 for OAR/OWS cases processed through 07/31/00 require mandatory revocation if, on the date of violation, previously revoked/suspended for a alcohol related offense-refer to s.343.31(1)(f) & s.343.31(3)(g). (Violations prior to 01/01/93 for any OAR/OWS conviction requires a 6 month mandatory revocation-refer to s.343.31(1)(f).

Points 0

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Operating While Under the Influence of an Intoxicant or Controlled Substance, Prohibited Alcohol Concentration, or any substantially similar terms used by the other jurisdiction
Statute # 343.31(2) & (3)(b) Other Jurisdiction Charge Charge/Reason Code # 55 212 174 157 138 173 165 OWI Operating While Intoxicated PAC Prohibited Alcohol Concentration OCS Operating While Intoxicated ­ Controlled Substance CWI Commercial Operating While Intoxicated CCS Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance HWI Hazardous. Commercial Operating While Intoxicated HCS Hazardous Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance Action Assessment required. 1st - Revoke 6 months* Eligible for occupational after 15 days. 2nd & subq - Revoke 1 year Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
Revocation shall not apply to CMV operation by a non-resident who holds a valid CDL issued in another state. *1st Offense violations prior to 04/09/01 were suspensions.

Points 0

Increased Penalties: Act 425 Effective 06/21/96-s343.31(2): Double revocation and suspension time periods if violation on or after 06/21/96 and passenger in vehicle under age 16. Assessment required. 1st - Revoke 6-9 months* Eligible for occupational immediately. 2nd - Revoke 1 yr-18 months Eligible for occupational after 60 days. 3rd & subq - Revoke 2-3 years Eligible for occupational after 90 days.

343.31(3)(bm) Tribal Convictions

55 212 174

OWI Operating While Intoxicated s.346.63(1)(a) PAC Prohibited Alcohol Concentration s346.63(1)(b) OCS Operating While Intoxicated ­ Controlled Substance s.346.63(1)(a) (includes same charges listed above for CMV)

6

Act 39 - Effective with violations on or after 08/15/91 resulting in tribal convictions: The Department shall suspend/revoke for the minimum time period or the period indicated by the tribal court provided it's within the time period specified by the statutes - s.343.31(1m) & s.343.31(3)(bm). *1st Offense violations prior to 04/09/01 were suspensions.

Increased Penalties: Act 425 Effective 06/21/96-s.343.31(3)(bm)4m: Double revocation & suspension time period if violation on or after 06/21/96 and passenger in vehicle under age 16.

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Other Traffic Violations
Statute # 343.31(1)(a) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 45 63 151 343.31(1)(ar) 134 161 343.31(1)(c) 75 156 172 137 164 VUF CVF HVF CCF HCF OWO Negligent Homicide s.940.06 & s.940.10 RD Negligent Operation Causing Great Bodily Harm s.346.62(4) CRD Comm. Negligent Operation Causing Great Bodily Harm s.346.62(4) only CAI HAI NH Action Revoke 1 year Eligible for occupational after 15 days. Points 0 6 6

Commercial Alcohol Causing Injury (0.04 but less than 0.08) Revoke 1 year s.346.63(6) Eligible for occupational after 15 days. Haz. Commercial Alcohol Causing Injury (0.04 but less than 0.08) s.346.63(6) Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony Comm. Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony Haz. Comm. Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony Comm. Controlled Substance Felony Haz. Comm. Controlled Substance Felony Operating Vehicle Without Owners Consent s.943.23 (Replaced OWO charge code with VUF abbreviation on 04/01/92) Failure to Stop After Accident s.346.67 (with personal injury). Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident s.346.67 (with personal injury) Haz. Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident s.346.67 (with personal injury) Revoke 1 year Eligible for occupational after 15 days.

6

0

343.31(1)(d)

25 142 167

FSA CFS HFS

Under 17-Confidential- s.938.396(4) Revoke 1 year Eligible for occupational after 15 days.

6

See s.343.31(3)(i) & (j) for Revocation 2-5 years involving great bodily harm or death.

343.31(2u)

105

SVO Serious traffic violation by holder of an occupational license

Suspend 1 year Eligible for occupational after 15 days.

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Statute # 343.31(2r)

Charge Charge/Reason Code # 94 56 FA P Falsified Application s.343.14(5), s.343.19(2), & s.345.17 Perjury

Action Suspend 1 year - (s.345.17, s.343.14(5), s.343.19(2) pertaining to Identification Card and failure to return original license is exempt as a mandatory revocation.) Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 renumbered s.343.31(1)(e) to s.343.31(2r). Violations prior to 01/01/00 were revocations.

Points 0

343.31(3)(c)

120 143 168 132 159

Negligent Homicide Intoxicated s.940.09 CHI Commercial Negligent Homicide Intoxicated s.940.09 HHI Haz. Commercial Negligent Homicide Intoxicated s.940.09 CAD Commercial Alcohol Causing Death s.940.09(1)(bm) HAD Haz. Commercial Alcohol Causing Death s.940.09(1)(bm)

NHI

Revoke 5 years Revoke 10 years if violation on or after 06/21/96 and passenger in vehicle under age 16. (Act 425 effective 06/21/96) Eligible for occupational after 120 days. Effective with OWI-type violations on or after 09/30/01, not eligible for occupational until after 1 year if any 2 convictions have violation dates within a 5 year period (s.343.31(3m)(a). Assessment Required.
2003 Wis. Act 97: Effective with violations committed on or after 12/19/03 ­ 940.09(1)(am) or (cm). NHI/CHI/HHI ­ Person has a detectable amount of a restricted controlled substance in his or her blood. Statute number listed in remarks field of the conviction entry on driver record.

0

343.31(3)(d)

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AEO Attempt to Elude Officer s.346.04(3)

Revoke 6 months ­ No Bodily Harm or Property Damage Revoke 1 year ­ With Bodily Harm or Property Damage Revoke 2 years ­ Result in Great Bodily Harm Revoke 5 years ­ Result in Death Eligible for occupational after 15 days. Revoke 1-2 years Revoke 2-4 years if violation on or after 06/21/96 and passenger in vehicle under age 16. (Act 425 effective 06/21/96) Eligible for occupational after 60 days. Effective with OWI-type violations on or after 09/30/01, not eligible for occupational until after 1 year if any 2 convictions have violation dates within a 5 year period (s.343.31(3m)(b). Assessment required.
2003 Wis. Act 97: Effective with violations committed on or after 12/19/03 ­ 346.63(2)(a)3. OII/CII/HII ­ Person has a detectable amount of a restricted controlled substance in his or her blood. Statute number listed in remarks field of the conviction entry on driver record.

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343.31(3)(e)

107 145 170

OII CII HII

Operating While Intoxicated Causing Injury s.346.63(2) Commercial OWI Causing Injury s.346.63(2)(a)1.& 2. Haz. Commercial OWI Causing Injury s.346.63(2)(a)1.&2

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Statute # 343.31(3)(f)

Charge Charge/Reason Code # 86 135 133 162 160 GBH Great Bodily Harm s.940.25 CBH Commercial OWI Causing Great Bodily Harm s.940.25 CAH Commercial Alcohol Causing Great Bodily Harm s.940.25(1)(bm) HBH Haz. Commercial OWI Causing Great Bodily Harm s.940.25 HAH Haz. Commercial Alcohol Causing Great Bodily Harm 940.25(1)(bm)

Action Revoke 2 years Revoke 4 years if violation on or after 06/21/96 and passenger in vehicle under age 16. (Act 425 effective 06/21/96) Eligible for occupational after 120 days. Effective with OWI-type violations on or after 09/30/01, not eligible for occupational until after 1 year if any 2 convictions have violation dates within a 5 year period (s.343.31(3m)(a). Assessment required.
2003 Wis. Act 97: Effective with violations committed on or after 12/19/03 ­ 940.25(1)(am) or (cm). GBH/CBH/HBH ­ Person has a detectable amount of a restricted controlled substance in his or her blood. Statute number listed in remarks field of the conviction entry on driver record.

Points 0

343.31(3)(i)

25 142 167

FSA Failure to Stop After Accident s.346.67 (involving Great Bodily Harm) CFS Commercial Failure to Stop After Accident (involving Great Bodily Harm) HFS Haz. Commercial Failure to Stop After Accident (involving Great Bodily Harm) FSA Failure to Stop After Accident s.346.67 (involving death) CFS Commercial Failure to Stop After Accident (involving death) HFS Haz. Commercial Failure to Stop After Accident (involving death)

Under 17-Confidential-s.938.396(4) Revoke 2 years Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
See s.343.31(1)(d) for 1 yr revocation with personal injury & s.343.31(3)(j) for 5 yr revocation involving death.

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343.31(3)(j)

25 142 167

Under 17-Confidential-s.938.396(4) Revoke 5 years Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
See s.343.31(1)(d) for 1 yr revocation with personal injury & s.343.31(3)(i) for 2 yr revocation involving great bodily harm.

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BDS191(e) September 27, 2006

DEPARTMENTAL ACTION
The department shall revoke or suspend the operating privilege for ACF, ADL, LOL, IUL upon receiving a record of conviction for violation of a state law or local ordinance under Chp. 349 or under a law of a federally recognized American Indian tribe or band in this state in conformity with a state traffic violation-s.343.32(1s). Statute # 343.32(1s) Trans.101.04(6) Charge Charge/Reason Code # 05 43 41 343.32(1)(c) Other Jurisdiction 05 43 41 ADL Altering Drivers License Viol. of s.343.43(1)(g) LOL Loaning of License Viol. of s.343.43(1)(b) IUL Illegal Use of Operator's License Viol. of s.343.43(1)(a),(c),(e),(f) ADL Altering Drivers License LOL Loaning of License IUL Illegal Use of Operator's License Action Suspend 6 months Eligible for occupational after 15 days.
Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 amended & renumbered s.343.32(1)(b) to s.343.32(1s) and eliminated revocation of operating privilege.

Points 0

Department has authority to revoke 6 months from date of conviction, however, no action will be taken due to difference in handling convictions under s.343.32(1s).
Effective 01/01/00-Act 84 eliminated revocation of operating privilege under s.343.32(1s).

0

Other Jurisdictions & WI Tribal Courts 343.32(1m)(b) (17 and over) (under 17)

188

D

Any Drug Offense - Tribal Court violations s.961.50

Other Jurisdiction: Department policy - suspend 6 months effective upon date of conviction. Tribal Court: Suspend 6 months effective upon date of conviction unless other time period designated by court. (s.343.32(1m) gives the department the authority to suspend for not less than 6 months nor more than 5 years) Eligible for occupational - refer to s.343.32(1m)(b)2. & 3. 1st ­ immediately; 2nd - 60 days; 3rd & subq - 90 days Consider previous convictions under s.961.50 within a 5 year period measured by the date of violation. (s.343.32(1m)(c). Effective 06/11/94 Act 480 created 343.32(1m)(d): The suspension or revocation for violations on or after 06/11/94 is effective on the date on which the person is first eligible and applies for issuance, renewal, or reinstatement of an operator's license.
Violation on or after 07/01/96-Act 77 changed violator age to 17 and over. Effective 01/01/00 - Act 84 eliminated revocation of operating privilege.

0

178

JCS

Confidential

0

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Statute # 343.34(2) 344.14

Charge Charge/Reason Code # 211 192 AFA Appear For Examination for Another Viol. of s.343.16(7)(b) SR Safety Responsibility DL suspension

Action Suspend 2 months, effective date of notification by department. Eligible for occupational after 15 days. Suspend 1 year, or if court action initiated, suspend until court action is satisfied. Not eligible for occupational license. SR22 and $50 reinstatement fee required to reinstate operating privilege.
Effective 04/09/01. Cases processed prior to 04/09/01 were revocations.

Points 0 0

344.14

193

SRR Safety Responsibility Registration suspension

Suspend 1 year, or if court action initiated, suspend until court action is satisfied. Not eligible for occupational license. SR22 for vehicle coverage and $50 reinstatement fee required to reinstate registration privilege.
Effective 04/09/01. Cases processed prior to 04/09/01 were revocations.

0

344.25

12

DJN Certified Unsatisfied Damage Judgment

Suspend indefinitely or until judgment satisfied or an acceptable installment agreement filed. This includes suspension of registration privileges. Not eligible for occupational license. SR 22 and $100 reinstatement fee required to reinstate operating and registration privileges.
Effective 04/09/01. Cases processed prior to 04/09/01 were revocations.

0

351.025 351.07(2)

82 213

HTO Habitual Traffic Offender RHT Repeat Habitual Traffic Offender

Revoke for 5 years if determined to be a habitual traffic offender, effective date of notification by department. Eligible for occupational after 2nd year of revocation period. s.343.10(1r).
Effective 09/01/06, all HTO/RHT revocations recalculated to remove all minor violations not under Chapter 346. 2005 Wis. Act 97: Effective with convictions received by the department on or after 07/27/05 ­ Only convictions under Chapter 346 are counted as minor HTO convictions. Effective 08/01/98 - Act 84 repealed s.351.02(1)(a)4. changing OAR/OWS convictions to minor convictions. Effective with violations on or after 08/15/91 ­ Tribal Court convictions are counted as HTO major and minor convictions - s.351.02(1)(c).

0

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Point System Cases-Trans. 101.04 (DR)
The department shall suspend the operating privilege for an accumulation of 12 or more demerit points in 12 months. Eligible for an occupational license immediately-s.343.32(6). The length of the suspension is determined by Trans. 101.04(4). Point system cases are based on convictions with violations of any state traffic laws or local ordinance or any traffic laws enacted by a federally recognized American Indian tribe or band in this state which is in strict conformity with a state traffic law. Point system cases effective prior to 04/09/01 were revocations if subject was previously suspended or revoked under Chapter 343 except for 343.30(6) or 343.345.

Non-Compliance Suspensions/Revocations (NCF,NCI,NCP,NCA,NCT,NCE)
S.343.30(1q)(d) & s.343.305(10)(d) - The department, if notified of non-compliance which includes non-payment of the Driver Safety Plan fee, shall suspend the operating privilege until compliance is made with assessment or Driver Safety Plan. NCI, NCP, NCA cases are revocations. NCE, NCF, NCT cases are suspensions. All non-compliance withdrawals prior to 04/09/01 were suspensions.

Administrative Suspensions (BAC,CAC,HAC)
S.343.305(7)-BAC, CAC, HAC: If a person submits to chemical testing administered in accordance with s.343.305 and any test results indicate a prohibited alcohol concentration (0.08% or more if 1, 2 or no priors, or more than 0.02% if 3 or more priors) or a detectable amount of a restricted controlled substance in his or her blood, the law enforcement officer shall report the results to the department and take possession of the person's license; forward the license to the department; and issue a 30 day driving receipt, if applicable. The person's operating privilege is administratively suspended for six months and shall become effective 30 days after the date of the notice-s.343.305(8)(a). A person who has his or her operating privilege administratively suspended is eligible for an occupational license immediately-s.343.305(8)(d). The person has 10 days from the date of notice to request an Administrative Review-s.343.305(8)(b)1.

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Judicial Review
After the Administrative Review, an aggrieved person may request a Judicial Review by the court-s.343.305(8)(c). The request for Judicial Review does not automatically stay the Administrative Suspension. S.343.305(8)(c)1. The request must be filed with the court within 20 days from date of the hearing examiners decision. The court shall forward a copy of the Judicial Review Request to the department. The review shall be conducted at the time of trial of the underlying offense. The prosecutor of the underlying offense shall represent the interests of the department. S.343.305(8)(c)2. If the court orders the suspension either rescinded or sustained the court shall file its order with the department. The department shall vacate the administrative suspension if the judicial review is not held within 60 days from the date requested. No reinstatement fee will be required if the court orders the Administrative Suspension rescinded.

Credit For Time Served
Act 7 - Effective 04/05/89 S.343.30(1q)(h) and 343.305 (10)(g) states that the court or department shall provide that the period of suspension or revocation imposed under this subsection shall be reduced by any period of suspension or revocation previously served for any Implied Consent, Administrative Suspension for Prohibited Alcohol Concentration and the conviction for Operating While Intoxicated, Prohibited Alcohol Concentration or Underage Alcohol Operation or a local ordinance in conformity therewith which arose out of the same incident or occurrence. Section 343.325(3m) - Whenever the suspension or revocation of an operating privilege has been rescinded or withheld because of administrative action, an appeal, or a court order to reopen, stay, or vacate a conviction, suspension, or revocation and that suspension or revocation is subsequently re-imposed; the period of suspension or revocation so re-imposed shall be reduced by the period of suspension or revocation previously served.

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COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE DISQUALIFICATIONS
EFFECTIVE 04/01/92

Violations On or After 09/30/05 ­ Act 33
Non-CMV violations count if driver is a CDL holder when non-CMV violation occurs, or a non-CMV holder with a history of CDL convictions.
Statute # s.343.315(2)(k) Charge Charge/Reason Code # DQF Imminent Hazard Action Gives Federal Secretary of DOT authority to disqualify a states CDL driver if they pose an imminent hazard Disqualify for 30 days without hearing Disqualification over 30 days, requires notice and hearing. Imminent hazard defined as the existence of a condition that presents a substantial likelihood that death, serious illness, severe personal injury, or a substantial endangerment to health, property or the environment may occur before the reasonably foreseeable completion date of a formal proceeding s.343.315(2)(a)1 55 212 174 157 138 173 165 OWI PAC OCS CWI CCS Operating While Intoxicated/Restricted Controlled Substance Prohibited Alcohol Concentration Operating Controlled Substance Commercial Operating While Intoxicated Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance 1st Viol-Disqualified 1 year 2nd & Subq Viol - Disqualified for LIFE

HWI Hazardous Commercial Operating While Intoxicated HCS Hazardous Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance Operating While Under the Influence of an Intoxicant s.346.63(1)(a), (b) and (am); Controlled Substance-s.346.63(1)(a)

1st Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs 2nd & Subq Viol - Disqualified for LIFE

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Statute # s.343.315(2)(a)2

Charge Charge/Reason Code # 130 CA Commercial Alcohol - 0.04 but less than 0.08 s.346.63(5)(a)

Action 1st Viol-Disqualified 1 year 2nd & Subq Viol - Disqualified for LIFE 1st Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs 2nd & Subq Viol - Disqualified for LIFE 1st Viol-Disqualified 1 year 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE

163 s.343.315(2)(a)3 25 142 184 185 24 141 189 190

HCA Haz. Commercial Alcohol s.346.63(5)(a) FSA CFS FSU CFU FRA CFR DSP CDS Failure to Stop After Accident s.346.67 (with personal injury). Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident s.346.67 Failure to Stop After Accident - Unattended Vehicle s.346.68 Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident - Unattended Vehicle s.346.68 Failure to Report Accident s.346.69 Comm. Failure to Report Accident s.346.69 Duty Upon Striking Property s.346.69 Comm. Duty Upon Striking Property s.346.69

1st Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE

167 186 166 191 s.343.315(2)(a)4 75 156 172

HFS Haz. Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident s.346.67 HFU Haz. Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident - Unattended Vehicle s.346.68 HFR Haz. Comm. Failure to Report Accident s.346.69 HDS Haz. Comm. Duty Upon Striking Property s.346.69 VUF Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony CVF Comm. Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony HVF Haz. Comm. Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony 36 1st Viol-Disqualified 1 year 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE 1st Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE
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Statute # s.343.315(2)(a)5

Charge Charge/Reason Code # 91 109 144 146 169 171 IC ICU CIC CIN HIC HIN Implied Consent (Refusal) Implied Consent Underage Comm. Implied Consent s.343.305(9) Comm. Implied Consent - Not a Drop Haz. Comm. Implied Consent Haz. Comm. Implied Consent - Not a Drop

Action 1st Viol-Disqualified 1 year 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE

1st Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE

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Statute # s.343.315(2)(a)6

Charge Charge/Reason Code # 107 145 134 120 143 86 135 132 133 OII CII CAI NHI CHI GBH CBH CAD CAH Operating While Intoxicated Causing Injury s.346.63(2) Comm. OWI Causing Injury s.346.63(2)(a)1, 2 & 3 Comm. Alcohol Causing Injury ­ .04 or greater s.346.63(6) Negligent Homicide Intoxicated s.940.09 Comm. Negligent Homicide Intoxicated s.940.09(1), 940.09(1)(am) & (cm) Great Bodily Harm s.940.25 Comm. OWI Causing Great Bodily Harm s.940.25, 940.25(1)(am) & (cm) Comm. Alcohol Causing Death s.940.09(1)(bm) Comm. Alcohol Causing Great Bodily Harm s.940.25(1)(bm)

Action 1st Viol-Disqualified 1 year 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE

170 161 168 162 159 160

Haz. Comm. OWI Causing Injury s.346.63(2)(a)1, 2 & 3 HAI Haz. Comm. Alcohol Causing Injury ­ .04 or greater s.346.63(6) HHI Haz. Comm. Negligent Homicide Intoxicated s.940.09(1), 940.09(1)(am) & (cm) HBH Haz. Comm. OWI Causing Great Bodily Harm s.940.25, 940.25(1)(am) & (cm) HAD Haz. Comm. Alcohol Causing Death s.940.09(1)(bm) HAH Haz. Comm. Alcohol Causing Great Bodily Harm s.940.25(1)(bm)

HII

1st Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE

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Statute # s.343.315(2)(a)7

Charge Charge/Reason Code # 52 44 183 155 52 44 183 155 OWS OAR OWD CUL OWS OAR OWD CUL Driving a CMV When CDL is Suspended Driving a CMV When CDL is Revoked Driving a CMV When CDL is Disqualified Driving a CMV When CDL is Canceled Haz. Driving a CMV When CDL is Suspended Haz. Driving a CMV When CDL is Revoked Haz. Driving a CMV When CDL is Disqualified Haz. Driving a CMV When CDL is Canceled

Action 1st Viol-Disqualified 1 year 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE

1st Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE

s.343.315(2)(a)8

04 04

ACF Causing a Fatality/Negligent Operation of CMV ACF Haz. Causing a Fatality/Negligent Operation of CMV CCF Comm. Controlled Substance Felony HCF Haz. Comm. Controlled Substance Felony

1st Viol-Disqualified 1 year 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE 1st Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE Disqualified for LIFE with any violation on or after 07-01-87.

s.343.315(2)(e)

137 164

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Statute # s.343.315(2)(f)

Charge Charge/Reason Code # Serious Traffic Violations ­ CMV and non-CMV (Separate occurrences within a 3 yr period. The 120 day disqualification shall be in addition to any other disqualification imposed.) DLT Deviating From Lane of Traffic FTC Following Too Closely RD Reckless Driving SE Speeding Excess (20 mph or more over limit) SI Speeding Intermediate (15-19 mph over the limit) PI Passing Illegally CCD Comm. Careless Driving (out-of-state convictions only) CDL Comm. Deviating From Lane of Traffic CFC Comm. Following Too Closely CPI Comm. Passing Illegally CRD Comm. Reckless Driving CSE Comm. Speeding Excess (20 mph or more over the limit) CSI Comm. Speeding Intermediate (15-19 mph over the limit) Any conviction related to a motor vehicle traffic violation with a fatal accident. LNP Driving a CMV Without a CDL in Possession 343.18 CUL Driving a CMV Without Obtaining a CDL/Driving a CMV Without Proper Class/Endorsement 343.05(2)(a)1,2,4 FA CDL Falsified Application s.343.14(5) & s.345.17

Action Two Viols within 3 years-Disqualified 60 days Three Viols within 3 years-Disqualified 120 days For non-CMV convictions: CDL disqualified if the conviction results in rev/sus or cancel of CDL holder's license or non-CMV driving privileges.

13 27 63 65 68 88 136 139 140 150 151 152 153 s.343.315(2)(f)7 s.343.315(2)(f)6 s.343.315(2)(f)8 s.343.315(2)(fm) 79 155

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Disqualified 60 days
Effective with violations on or after 12/21/95.

s.343.315(2)(h)

183

OWD Comm. Operating While Out of Service s.343.44(1) A disqualification under this paragraph shall be in addition to any penalty under s.343.44. Do not take action on a conviction in another jurisdiction or consider as a prior violation. OWD Comm. with 16 or more passengers Haz. Comm. Operating While Out of Service s.343.44(1) A disqualification under this paragraph shall be in addition to any penalty under 343.44. Do not take action on a conviction in another jurisdiction or consider as a prior violation. 40

1st Viol-Disqualified 90 days/Haz 180 days. 2nd Viol-Disqualified 1 year/Haz 1-3 years. 3rd & subq Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs Previous violations are violations arising from separate occurrences within a 10 yr period while operating a commercial motor vehicle. 1st Viol-Disqualified 180 days 2nd & subq Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs. Previous violations are violations arising from separate occurrences within a 10 yr period while operating a commercial motor vehicle.
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Statute # s.343.315(2)(j)

Charge Charge/Reason Code # CMV Railroad Crossing Violations under 346.44(1)(a) or (b); 346.44(2); 346.45(1)(a), (am), (b), (c), (d), (e); 346.45(2); 346.52(1)(i) FOS Failing to reduce speed and determine that the tracks are clear of any approaching train FOS Failing to stop before reaching the crossing if the tracks are not clear FOS If the operator is always required to stop the vehicle, failing to do so before proceeding onto the crossing FOS Failing to obey any official traffic control device or direction of any traffic officer, railroad employee, or other enforcement official FOS Failing to have sufficient space to proceed completely through the crossing without stopping the vehicle. POH Failing to successfully proceed through the crossing because of insufficient undercarriage clearance.

Action 1st Violation ­ Disqualified 60 days 2nd Violation ­ Disqualified 120 days 3rd and Subsequent Violations ­ Disqualified 1 year
Effective with violations on or after 10/04/02.

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Violations On or After 07/01/87 but Prior to 09/30/05
s.343.315(2)(a)--1st conviction results in a 1 year disqualification. s.343.315(2)(b)--CMV Hazardous Material-1st conviction with violation on or after 07/01/87 results in a 3 year disqualification. s.343.315(2)(c)--Any 2nd & Subsequent conviction with violation on or after 07/01/87 results in a disqualification for life. s.343.315(2)(d)--If a person reinstates after successful completion of the rehabilitation program and is subsequently convicted of an offense under (a), the person shall be disqualified for life and shall not be eligible for reduction. s.343.315(2)(e)--CMV Used in Commission of a Felony involving manufacture, distribute or dispense controlled substance or possess with that intent; results in a disqualification for life. Tribal Court convictions with violations on or after 08/15/91 result in a disqualification.
Statute # s.343.315(2)(a)1 Charge Charge/Reason Code # 157 138 173 165 CWI Commercial Operating While Intoxicated CCS Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance HWI Hazardous Commercial Operating While Intoxicated HCS Hazardous Commercial OWI ­ Controlled Substance Operating While Under the Influence of an Intoxicant s.346.63(1)(a), (b) and (am); Controlled Substance-s.346.63(1)(a) s.343.315(2)(a)2 130 163 CA Commercial Alcohol - 0.04 but less than 0.08 s.346.63(5)(a) 1st Viol-Disqualified 1 year 2nd & Subq Viol - Disqualified for LIFE 1st Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs 2nd & Subq Viol - Disqualified for LIFE Action 1st Viol-Disqualified 1 year 2nd & Subq Viol - Disqualified for LIFE 1st Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs 2nd & Subq Viol - Disqualified for LIFE

HCA Haz. Commercial Alcohol s.346.63(5)(a)

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Statute # s.343.315(2)(a)3

Charge Charge/Reason Code # 142 185 141 190 CFS Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident s.346.67 CFU Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident - Unattended Vehicle s.346.68 CFR Comm. Failure to Report Accident s.346.69 CDS Comm. Duty Upon Striking Property s.346.69 HFS Haz. Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident s.346.67 HFU Haz. Comm. Failure to Stop After Accident - Unattended Vehicle s.346.68 HFR Haz. Comm. Failure to Report Accident s.346.69 HDS Haz. Comm. Duty Upon Striking Property s.346.69 CVF Comm. Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony HVF Haz. Comm. Vehicle Used in Commission of Felony CIC CIN HIC HIN Comm. Implied Consent s.343.305(9) Comm. Implied Consent - Not a Drop Haz. Comm. Implied Consent Haz. Comm. Implied Consent - Not a Drop

Action 1st Viol-Disqualified 1 year 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE

167 186 166 191 s.343.315(2)(a)4 156 172 s.343.315(2)(a)5 144 146 169 171

1st Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE

1st Viol-Disqualified 1 year 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE 1st Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE 1st Viol-Disqualified 1 year 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE

1st Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE

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Statute # s.343.315(2)(a)6

Charge Charge/Reason Code # 145 134 143 135 132 133 Comm. OWI Causing Injury s.346.63(2)(a)1, 2 & 3 CAI Comm. Alcohol Causing Injury ­ .04 or greater s.346.63(6) CHI Comm. Negligent Homicide Intoxicated s.940.09(1), 940.09(1)(am) & (cm) CBH Comm. OWI Causing Great Bodily Harm s.940.25, 940.25(1)(am) & (cm) CAD Comm. Alcohol Causing Death s.940.09(1)(bm) CAH Comm. Alcohol Causing Great Bodily Harm s.940.25(1)(bm) Haz. Comm. OWI Causing Injury s.346.63(2)(a)1, 2 & 3 HAI Haz. Comm. Alcohol Causing Injury ­ .04 or greater s.346.63(6) HHI Haz. Comm. Negligent Homicide Intoxicated s.940.09(1), 940.09(1)(am) & (cm) HBH Haz. Comm. OWI Causing Great Bodily Harm s.940.25, 940.25(1)(am) & (cm) HAD Haz. Comm. Alcohol Causing Death s.940.09(1)(bm) HAH Haz. Comm. Alcohol Causing Great Bodily Harm s.940.25(1)(bm) CCF Comm. Controlled Substance Felony HCF Haz. Comm. Controlled Substance Felony HII CII

Action 1st Viol-Disqualified 1 year 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE

170 161 168 162 159 160 s.343.315(2)(e) 137 164

1st Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs 2nd & Subq Viol-Disqualified for LIFE

Disqualified for LIFE with any violation on or after 07-01-87.

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Statute # s.343.315(2)(f)

Charge Charge/Reason Code #

Action

136 139 140 150 151 152 153

Serious Traffic Violations-CMV Two Viols-Disqualified 60 days (Separate occurrences within a 3 yr period. The 120 day disqualification shall be in Three Viols-Disqualified 120 days addition to any other disqualification imposed.) CCD Comm. Careless Driving (out-of-state convictions only) CDL Comm. Deviating From Lane of Traffic CFC Comm. Following Too Closely CPI Comm. Passing Illegally CRD Comm. Reckless Driving CSE Comm. Speeding Excess (20 mph or more over the limit) CSI Comm. Speeding Intermediate (15-19 mph over the limit) Any conviction related to a motor vehicle traffic violation with a fatal accident. FA CDL Falsified Application s.343.14(5) & s.345.17 Disqualified 60 days
Effective with violations on or after 12/21/95.

s.343.315(2)(fm)

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s.343.315(2)(h)

183

OWD Comm. Operating While Out of Service s.343.44(1) A disqualification under this paragraph shall be in addition to any penalty under s.343.44. Do not take action on a conviction in another jurisdiction or consider as a prior violation. OWD Comm. with 16 or more passengers Haz. Comm. Operating While Out of Service s.343.44(1) A disqualification under this paragraph shall be in addition to any penalty under 343.44. Do not take action on a conviction in another jurisdiction or consider as a prior violation.

1st Viol-Disqualified 90 days/Haz 180 days. 2nd Viol-Disqualified 1 year/Haz 1-3 years. 3rd & subq Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs Previous violations are violations arising from separate occurrences within a 10 yr period while operating a commercial motor vehicle. 1st Viol-Disqualified 180 days 2nd & subq Viol-Disqualified 3 yrs. Previous violations are violations arising from separate occurrences within a 10 yr period while operating a commercial motor vehicle.

s.343.315(2)(i)

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Statute # s.343.315(2)(j)

Charge Charge/Reason Code # CMV Railroad Crossing Violations under 346.44(1)(a) or (b); 346.44(2); 346.45(1)(a), (am), (b), (c), (d), (e); 346.45(2); 346.52(1)(i) FOS Failing to reduce speed and determine that the tracks are clear of any approaching train FOS Failing to stop before reaching the crossing if the tracks are not clear FOS If the operator is always required to stop the vehicle, failing to do so before proceeding onto the crossing FOS Failing to obey any official traffic control device or direction of any traffic officer, railroad employee, or other enforcement official FOS Failing to have sufficient space to proceed completely through the crossing without stopping the vehicle. POH Failing to successfully proceed through the crossing because of insufficient undercarriage clearance.

Action 1st Violation ­ Disqualified 60 days 2nd Violation ­ Disqualified 120 days 3rd and Subsequent Violations ­ Disqualified 1 year
Effective with violations on or after 10/04/02.

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