Virginia Lawmakers Vote to Stop Suspending Driver’s Licenses for Unpaid Court Fines, Costs

Thu, 04/04/2019 :

On Wednesday night, Virginia’s General Assembly agreed to a budget amendment which ended the state’s practice of suspending the driver’s licenses of people with unpaid court fees. Many argue that practice made it hard for people to repay their debts. However, as News4’s Drew Wilder reports, this “vicious cycle” might be relitigated next year.