Connecticut General Statutes §14-4k(h) means what it says: a person is disqualified from holding a commercial driver's license for life if the commissioner takes suspension actions against such person for two or more alcohol test refusals or test failures, or any combination of such actions, arising from two or more separate incidents and it does not require that those incidents occur only while one holds a commercial driver's license.
Santiago v. Commissioner of Motor Vehicles
Connecticut Appellate Court
April 11, 2012
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