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D.C. to Fine Cell Phone Users While Driving

July 20, 2004

Effective July 1, it is unlawful to use a cellular telephone in the District of Columbia while operating a motor vehicle unless the operator is using a hands-free device. Violators of this law could be subject to a $100 fine and have one point applied to their operator’s license.
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