A copy of a driving record maintained by the department, including abstracts of the
records of convictions and bond forfeitures in the custody of the department, certified
in writing by the department to be a correct account of its records, may be admitted
in evidence in a judicial proceeding under this part. A certified driving record is evidence that the person was convicted of each offense
shown in the record. A copy of a driving record may be a copy of an original paper record, a digital image
of a paper record, or an electronically transmitted copy of a record.
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