Nebraska is looking to make sweeping changes to its drunken driving laws through a bill that would eliminate the administrative license revocation law, introduced by Senator Mike Flood, speaker of the Nebraska Legislature.
What does ALR stand for?
ALR stands for Administrative License Revocation
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Administrative license revocation, which reduces involvement of adult drivers in fatal crashes by 13-19%.
Representative Stick's bill would have moved hearings for administrative license revocation (ALR) from the State Office of Administrative Hearings to the county court system.
MADD has identified several top priority laws for states to adopt: administrative license revocation (ALR); .
Gavin said that the administrative license revocation law, currently used in 34 states and upheld in every court test, saves lives because, "it deters drunk driving by linking a severe, sure and swift punishment to illegal and dangerous behavior outside the merry-go-round of trial delays and plea bargains that often mark criminal DUI prosecutions.
15 * Alcohol rehabilitation and impaired driver courts * Underage drinking prevention * Administrative license revocation * Self-sustaining impaired driving prevention HARDCORE COALITION TO FIGHT DRUNK DRIVING The coalition was formed in 2001 to maximize resources in the fight against hardcore drunk drivers and includes The Century Council, AAA and the National Transportation Safety Board.
In addition, the distillers have crafted and advocated the adoption, on the state level, a variety of measures, such as administrative license revocation, to strengthen the penalties and enforcement of a state's drunk driving laws.
08 BAG laws are effective in reducing drunk driving fatalities when combined with other counter measures, particularly administrative license revocation laws.