Wyo. Stat. § 31-7-129

Current through the 2024 legislative session
Section 31-7-129 - Discretionary suspension of license
(a) The division may suspend the license of any driver for a period not to exceed twelve (12) months if the licensee:
(i) Is a repeated violator, such fact being established by a record of moving violations, accidents or by other evidence;
(ii) Has permitted an unlawful or fraudulent use of his license as defined in W.S. 31-7-133;
(iii) Has refused or neglected to submit to an examination required by the division under W.S. 31-7-122;
(iv) Has violated his promise to appear in court, given to an arresting officer in this state or any other state upon the issuance of a traffic citation, or has failed to appear in court in this state or another state at the time specified by the court; or
(v) Violates any of the endorsements on his commercial driver's license.
(b) Upon receiving a record of the licensee's conviction, the division may suspend a license issued under W.S. 31-7-117(c) for:
(i) Ninety (90) days, for a first conviction;
(ii) One (1) year, for a subsequent conviction.

W.S. 31-7-129

Amended by Laws 2011 , ch. 167, § 1, eff. 7/1/2011.