§393.2. Reports; diplomatic immunities and privileges; U.S. Department of State; deadlines
A. Whenever any driver who displays a driver's license issued by the United States Department of State or who otherwise claims immunities or privileges under Title 22, Chapter 6 of the United States Code, is stopped by a law enforcement officer who has probable cause to believe that the driver has committed a violation of any provision of this Chapter or when any such driver has been involved in a motor vehicle accident, the law enforcement officer shall record the driver's name, address, motor vehicle license number, operator license number, and all other relevant information contained on the driver's license or identification card issued by the United States Department of State. If the driver has been stopped, the officer shall forward such information, with a copy of the traffic citation, if applicable, to the Department of Public Safety and Corrections within seven calendar days after the traffic stop. If the driver is involved in a motor vehicle accident, the law enforcement officer shall forward such information with a copy of the written report of the accident investigation to the Department of Public Safety and Corrections within forty-eight hours after completion of the accident investigation.
B. The Department of Public Safety and Corrections shall receive all information, including copies of citations and accident reports, required under the provisions of this Section and shall forward such information and copies of reports and citations to the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Office of Foreign Missions, of the United States Department of State within seven calendar days following receipt of such information.
C. The provisions of this Section shall not be construed to prohibit or limit the application of any criminal law or motor vehicle regulation to an individual who has or claims immunities or privileges under Title 22, Chapter 6 of the United States Code.
Acts 2001, No. 37, §1.