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i just heard that a law passed yesterday that if you get busted for graffiti they can now take your driver licence away for 3 years if you are over 18 and 2 if under 18......is this true

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ok yeah sure and who goes painting with there license in there pocket ..lol ...lol

 

so what happens if you get pulled over, sayyyy, at a sobriety checkpoint. do you know what the first thing they ask for is? youve obviously never driven a car before.

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ok yeah sure and who goes painting with there license in there pocket ..lol ...lol

 

'lolerskates omg rofl'

Ssh kid, your embarresing yourself.

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This is probally not true, they can't just take things away from you if you get caught for somthing else.

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CA Vandalism Law Stops Taggers From Driving

 

sept 24, 2006

BCN) SACRAMENTO California juveniles convicted of vandalism will face the possibility of losing the ability to get a driver's license for up to three years, under a new state law enacted recently.

 

Assembly Bill 2923, which takes effect January 1, also grants prosecutors the right to press for two years' maximum suspension of the driver’s license of anyone convicted of engaging in graffiti, regardless of age. Under existing law that limit was one year.

 

For juveniles age 13 or older who are convicted in vandalism cases, AB 2923 allows for up to a three-year suspension of driver privileges from the date that the juvenile becomes legally eligible to drive. Under existing law, the limit is one year.

 

"Protecting communities from vandalism helps prevent degradation in our cities. Criminals who deface our neighborhoods do not deserve the same privileges as law-abiding Californians," said Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who signed the bill Sunday. "Harsher penalties like these deter potential criminals and help to keep California's communities clean and safe."

 

The bill was written by Assemblyman Ron Calderon, D- Montebello.

 

http://cbs5.com/local/local_story_267200133.html

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Nevada State Legislature cracking down on graffiti taggers

 

sep 20, 2006

The state legislature is feeling the pressure to get tough on graffiti taggers. Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman has suggested "cutting off their thumbs." While that won't happen, the Reno City Council has some other ideas.

 

They want a state law requiring judges to take driver's licenses from vandals and impound their cars. The Sparks City Council is suggesting an extra 200 hours of community service. Metro also wants stiffer penalties for crimes that cause at least $400 in damage.

 

Graffiti is the single most destructive property crime in southern Nevada. The County says every time graffiti vandals strike, they decrease your property value by $10,000.

 

http://www.kvbc.com/Global/story.asp...1&nav=15MUKUzj

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