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32-30-10 Confiscation of license plates upon conviction for violation of special privileges.
     32-30-10.   Confiscation of license plates upon conviction for violation of special privileges. Upon conviction of any offense involving a violation of the special privilege conferred by § 32-30-11.1 upon holders of the distinctive license plates issued under subdivision 32-5-157(2), a magistrate or judge trying the case may, as a part of any penalty imposed, confiscate the distinctive license plates provided in subdivision 32-5-157(2), and return the license plates to the Department of Revenue together with a certified copy of the imposed sentence.

Source: SL 1955, ch 192, § 4; SDC Supp 1960, § 41.0512; SL 1992, ch 228, § 4; SL 2014, ch 142, § 36.

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