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32-33-18.1 Eluding law enforcement officer as misdemeanor--Enhanced penalties.
     32-33-18.1.   Eluding law enforcement officer as misdemeanor--Enhanced penalties. Any driver of a vehicle who, after failing or refusing to bring a vehicle to a stop pursuant to § 32-33-18, flees from the law enforcement officer or attempts to elude the pursuit of the law enforcement officer is guilty of eluding. Eluding is a Class 1 misdemeanor. In addition, the court may order that the defendant's driver's license be revoked for up to one year, but may issue an order, upon proof of financial responsibility pursuant to § 32-35-43.1, allowing the defendant to operate a vehicle for purposes of the defendant's employment, attendance at school, or counseling programs.

Source: SL 2006, ch 171, § 2.

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