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Art. 959.  Disposition of traffic violations

If the court or juvenile traffic referee finds that the child committed a traffic violation, the court or referee may:

(1)  Suspend the child's driver's license for a specific or indefinite period.

(2)  Revoke the child's driver's license.

(3)  Restrict the child's driving privileges to driving at specified times, under specified conditions, or for specified purposes.

(4)  Order the child to attend traffic school or to receive additional driving instruction.

(5)  Order inspection of a motor vehicle and correction of any deficiencies.

(6)  Require public liability insurance coverage as a condition of the child's driving.

(7)  Impose a fine not exceeding two hundred dollars payable immediately or over a period of time.

(8)  Place the child on probation.

(9)  Make such other disposition or combination of dispositions as it deems to be in the best interests of the child.

Acts 1991, No. 235, §9, eff. Jan. 1, 1992.

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