License Suspension Notice for Something You Didn’t Do?

It looks like a number of people are receiving a notice in the mail saying their license is being suspended without giving a reason why.

A Warwick, Rhode Island man has apparently filed a lawsuit against the State Division of Motor Vehicles claiming these notices are unconstitutional. It seems he was issued a notice that his license was being suspended for an unnamed incident on a date that didn’t exist for which he owed zero dollars.

It seems similar notices have been sent out to thousands of Rhode Island residents.

It looks like this issue is confined to Rhode Island and has come about as the Division of Motor Vehicles is upgrading their computer system. If you receive a notice like this you should obviously look into it a little further before accepting that license suspension. Something is obviously not right.

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Published in: on April 28, 2010 at 4:16 pm  Leave a Comment  

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