The commissioner shall suspend for one year the driver's license of a person upon receiving a record of a criminal charge arising out of the operation of a motor vehicle for:
criminal vehicular homicide and injury;
fleeing a peace officer.
If the commissioner receives notice that the criminal charge was dismissed or that the person was acquitted of the criminal charge, the commissioner shall terminate the suspension period.
If the person is later convicted of criminal vehicular homicide and injury, manslaughter, or fleeing a peace officer, the commissioner shall convert the suspension to a revocation. Time accrued under the suspension period must be credited toward the revocation period imposed upon conviction of criminal vehicular homicide and injury, manslaughter, or fleeing a peace officer.
16 SR 1177; L 1992 c 571 art 14 s 13; 27 SR 466
January 3, 2003
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes