Texas Transportation Code - TRANSP § 521.342. Person Under 21 Years of Age
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(a) Except as provided by Section 521.344 , the license of a person who was under 21 years of age at the time of the offense, other than an offense classified as a misdemeanor punishable by fine only, is automatically suspended on conviction of:
(2) an offense under the Alcoholic Beverage Code, other than an offense to which Section 106.071 of that code applies, involving the manufacture, delivery, possession, transportation, or use of an alcoholic beverage;
(3) a misdemeanor offense under Chapter 481, Health and Safety Code, for which Subchapter P 1 does not require the automatic suspension of the license;
(4) an offense under Chapter 483, Health and Safety Code, involving the manufacture, delivery, possession, transportation, or use of a dangerous drug; or
(5) an offense under Chapter 485, Health and Safety Code, involving the manufacture, delivery, possession, transportation, or use of an abusable volatile chemical.
(b) The department shall suspend for one year the license of a person who is under 21 years of age and is convicted of an offense under Section 49.04 , 49.045 , 49.07 , or 49.08, Penal Code , regardless of whether the person is required to attend an educational program under Article 42A.403, Code of Criminal Procedure , that is designed to rehabilitate persons who have operated motor vehicles while intoxicated, unless the person is placed under community supervision under Chapter 42A, Code of Criminal Procedure, and is required as a condition of the community supervision to not operate a motor vehicle unless the vehicle is equipped with the device described by Article 42A.408 of that chapter. If the person is required to attend such a program and does not complete the program before the end of the person's suspension, the department shall suspend the person's license or continue the suspension, as appropriate, until the department receives proof that the person has successfully completed the program. On the person's successful completion of the program, the person's instructor shall give notice to the department and to the community supervision and corrections department in the manner provided by Article 42A.406(b), Code of Criminal Procedure .
(c) A person whose license is suspended under Subsection (a) remains eligible to receive an occupational license under Subchapter L. 2 Suspension under Subsection (a) is not a suspension for physical or mental disability or impairment for purposes of eligibility to apply for an occupational license under Subchapter L.
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