CDL drivers already have fewer options when they get a ticket. They are not allowed to elect school like the rest of us can. So, the only option that they have is to go to court to try to avoid points.
I already knew that this statute required persons who are convicted of certain offenses can be mandated to complete driving school but I did not know that the same statute can mandate school if the driver has been convicted of more than one accident case within a certain time frame.
So, what all this language is saying is that if you get pulled over for dui, and you have previously refused a breath test, and they ask you to take a breath test and you refuse, not only will they suspend your license for 18 months but they could charge you with a separate criminal charge of Refusal to submit to a chemical test.