Florida Senator Jeff Brandes offers bill to reform driver license suspension rules

Yesterday, January 6, 2016, Senator Jeff Brandes (R-St. Petersburg) announced SPB 7046, related to penalties and fees, has been filed. The proposed legislation will dramatically reform the driver license suspension and revocation process in Florida, and follows a series of hearings by Senator Brandes in the Transportation Committee on the topic. “Losing a driver licenseContinue reading “Florida Senator Jeff Brandes offers bill to reform driver license suspension rules”

Real ID and your drivers license in Florida

Today, August 17, 2015, I ended my 3 1/2 year “protest” of RealID compliance with state issued drivers licenses. I had let my drivers license expire over three years ago and purposefully did not renew it as I feel the state is complicit with the federal government in violating our U.S. Constitution. This morning IContinue reading “Real ID and your drivers license in Florida”

WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE PHOTO

An expired driver’s license typically demands a routine trip to the tag agency and the accompanying annoyances – waiting in line, paying renewal fees, and posing awkwardly for a picture. Most Oklahomans, however, do not know just how much personal information they are sharing when they smile for the digital camera.  For example, the high-resolutionContinue reading “WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE PHOTO”

Florida Gubernatorial candidate fights Real ID in court tomorrow

Florida Gubernatorial candidate Adrian Wyllie continues his fight against Real ID and the State of Florida in court tomorrow, July 18, 2014 at 1:30 p.m. He will be in a hearing at the Pinellas County Justice Center in Clearwater, Florida to dismiss the state’s charge against him for traveling for personal purposes without their permission.Continue reading “Florida Gubernatorial candidate fights Real ID in court tomorrow”

Florida Gubernatorial candidate shows up in court

Libertarian Party of Florida Gubernatorial candidate Adrian Wyllie was in court yesterday morning, May 4, 2014, fighting for all Floridians to travel in the state without giving up their Fourth Amendment rights. Wyllie pleaded “not guilty” in his case for driving without a license which he had voluntarily surrendered in 2011, rather than renewing it,Continue reading “Florida Gubernatorial candidate shows up in court”