7409.2100 Violation Resulting In Fatality Or Personal Injury


Published: 2015

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7409.2100 VIOLATION RESULTING IN FATALITY OR PERSONAL INJURY.

The commissioner shall suspend the driver's license of a person upon receiving a record of conviction, other than a petty misdemeanor, under Minnesota Statutes, chapter 169, or an ordinance regulating traffic, except traffic laws specifically excluded from the driving record by statute, and department records show that the violation contributed in causing an accident resulting in the death or personal injury of another. Unless otherwise recommended by the court, the driver's license must be suspended for a period of:

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A.

90 days, if the violation upon which the conviction was based resulted in the personal injury of another person; or


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B.

180 days, if the violation upon which the conviction was based resulted in the death of another person.