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Act 1008 eliminates the requirement for the Department of Public Safety to do a criminal records check on habitual violators applying for a probationary license. Act 1209 tightens up Georgia Driving Under the Influence (DUD laws by changing the provisions relating to limited driving permits. These provisions include the issuance of temporary driving permits; the administration of chemical tests; the suspension of licenses for refusing to submit to a blood alcohol level test; the service of notice of such a suspension; the terms and conditions of an administrative suspension of license; the basic provisions for driving under the influence; the elimination of nolo contendere pleas for serious first time offenders; and the requirement that all the parts in blood alcohol level testing machines be in proper working order.

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