(a) Any license issued to the owner or operator of a traffic violator school under
this chapter shall be automatically suspended for 30 days by the department if the
department has been notified that more than one final determination has been made
that the traffic violator school has violated a student's rights under the federal
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 12101, et seq.) or any other federal or state law prohibiting discrimination against individuals
with disabilities. The final determination shall be made by a federal or state court of competent jurisdiction
or an appropriate federal or state administrative agency, including, but not limited
to, the Civil Rights Department, or any combination thereof.
For the purpose of this subdivision, “final determination” means that no further appeal of a determination can be taken to any court because
the time period for the appeal has expired.
(b) If a traffic violator school subject to suspension under this section is operated
by a traffic school operator licensed pursuant to Section 11202.5 who is operating other traffic schools, the licenses of the owners of those traffic
schools operated by that traffic school operator also shall be suspended for the 30-day
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