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Texas Transportation Code - TRANSP § 521.2462. Supervision of Person Issued Occupational Driver's License

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(a)?The court granting an occupational license under this subchapter may order the person receiving the license to submit to supervision for the purpose of verifying the person's compliance with the conditions specified by the order granting the license, including the conditions specified in accordance with Section 521.248.

(a-1)?The court may order the supervision of the person to be conducted by:

(1)?the local community supervision and corrections department; ?or

(2)?a personal bond office established under Article 17.42, Code of Criminal Procedure.

(a-2)?If the court orders the person's supervision to be conducted by the local community supervision and corrections department, the court shall order the person to pay a monthly administrative fee under Section 76.015, Government Code.

(a-3)?If the court orders the person's supervision to be conducted by a personal bond office, the office may collect from the person a reasonable administrative fee of not less than $25 and not more than $60 per month.

(b)?The court may order the supervision to continue until the end of the period of suspension of the person's driver's license, including any extensions of that period.

(c)?The court for good cause may modify or terminate supervision before the end of the period of license suspension.

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