37 Tex. Admin. Code § 223.16 - Probation and Mitigating Factors
(a) The commission may consider probating a suspension term or issue a written reprimand based on proof of the following mitigating factors:
(1) the licensee's history of compliance with the terms of court-ordered community supervision;
(2) the licensee's post-arrest continuing rehabilitative efforts not required by the terms of community supervision;
(3) the licensee's post-arrest employment record; and
(4) the type and amount of any post-arrest, non-court ordered restitution made by the licensee.
(b) The commission may impose reasonable terms of probation, including:
(1) continued employment requirements;
(2) special reporting conditions;
(3) special document submission conditions;
(4) voluntary duty requirements; or
(5) any other reasonable term of probation.
(c) A probated or suspended license remains as such until:
(1) the term of suspension has expired;
(2) all other terms of probation have been fulfilled; and
(3) a written request for reinstatement has been received and accepted by the commission from the licensee unless the probation has been revoked by the commission for violation of probation; or
(d) A suspended license remains suspended until:
(1) the term of suspension has expired and the term of court-ordered community supervision has been completed; and
(2) a written request for reinstatement has been received from the licensee and accepted by the commission; or
(3) the remainder of the suspension is probated and the license is reinstated.
(e) The effective date of this section is February 1, 2016.
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