37-2-311. Report to department of justice by physician. (1) Any physician who diagnoses a physical or mental condition that, in the physician's judgment, will significantly impair a person's ability to safely operate a motor vehicle may voluntarily report the person's name and other information relevant to the person's condition to the department of justice. The department, upon receiving the report, shall require the person reported to be examined or investigated as provided for in 61-5-207.
(2) (a) The physician's report may be introduced as evidence in any proceeding involving the granting, suspension, or revocation of the person's driver's license, driving privilege, or commercial driver's license before the department or a court.
(b) The physician's report may not be utilized in a criminal proceeding or in a civil proceeding, other than as provided in this subsection (2), without the consent of the patient.