ALABAMA POLICE WILL NOT ALLOW POOR DRIVERS TO LEAVE THE STATE | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


 ALABAMA POLICE WILL NOT ALLOW POOR DRIVERS TO LEAVE THE STATE

If you are too poor to pay a traffic ticket or a fine in Alabama the police will not let you leave the state.

You read that right, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency will issue poor people "hardship drivers licenses" but you cannot leave.

The mass media is falling all over themselves praising the new law, saying "this rule could help tens of thousands of people, over 20,000 alone had their licenses suspended just for an inability to pay for fines and fees that were assets to them," said Dev Wakeley.

“They will be able to drive to work to school to medical appointments, to civic appointments or civic organization events as well as you know to go out and vote or if they need to do household chores or things of that nature,” says Captain Jon Archer of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.

Captain Archer confirms that poor people will not be allowed to leave Alabama.

“If you do get a hardship drivers license you can only operate in Alabama. You won’t be able to drive out of state,” says Captain Jon Archer of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This law should, and hopefully, will be challenged all the way up to the Supreme Court.

It violates the 5th Amendment completely, and as such, must be thrown out, or amended in such a way, that it does not stand in the way of poor people traveling.

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