21-121. Penalties — General and special. (a) General. Any person violating any of the provisions of this act, or any of the rules, regulations or orders issued pursuant thereto, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
(b) Special. For any violation of section 21-112, in addition to, or in lieu of, the penalties provided by subsection (a) of this section, or as a condition to the suspension of a sentence which may be imposed pursuant thereto, the court in its discretion may revoke or suspend the violator’s registration certificates for such period as it may determine but not to exceed one (1) year. Violation of the duly imposed prohibition of the court may be treated as a separate offense under this section or as a contempt of court. Upon a plea of guilty or conviction under section 21-112 in any case involving a registrant under section 21-114, the court shall cause a notation of such plea or conviction and of the sentence imposed to be marked upon the pilot certificate or other evidence of pilot registration or receipt provided by the department under said section 21-114. In no event shall this subsection be construed as warrant for the court or any other agency or person to take away, impound, hold or mark any federal airman or aircraft certificate, permit, rating or license, or to take away, impound or hold any state registration certificate or other evidence of such registration or payment of fees.
[21-121, added 1947, ch. 153, sec. 21, p. 378.]