Identifying Masked Offenses
Wednesday, Sep 4, 2019
10 AM PST | Online Webcast | Tuition: Free
A state must not mask, defer imposition of judgment, or allow an individual to enter into a diversion program that would prevent a CDL driver’s conviction for any violation from showing on the driver’s license record. But what actions constitute “masking” and how can a judge avoid it?
After attending this webcast, participants will be able to:
- Discuss what is meant by “masking” in 49 CFR § 4484.226;
- Recognize the safety-related reasons for defining “masking” as the Code of Federal Regulations defines it;
- Identify “masking” situations; and
- Describe how the prohibition on masking could impact a judge’s court or administrative tribunal.
This webcast is presented through generous funding from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) in collaboration with The National Judicial College (NJC).” This webcast is a series of four national webcasts. Please consider registering for the other three webcasts (Paths and Pitfalls to Handling Commercial Motor Vehicle Cases in Our Courts; What Judges Must Know About CMV Crash Reconstruction; and Self-Represented Litigant Issues in CMV Cases)