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Failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk may result in:
A.  Only a fine.
B.  Only points against your license.
C.  Only a fine and points against your license.
D.  Points against your license, a fine, license suspension, mandated community service, and jail time.
You must always yield to pedestrians crossing the road in a crosswalk. Failing to do so could result in two points against your driver license, a fine of up to $500, jail time for up to 25 days, required community service, and a license suspension for up to six months.
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