University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "Lakendra Cook, et al. v. Hal Taylor"
Date Nov 19, 2018
Author Southern Poverty Law Center
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Abstract Alabama unlawfully suspended the driver’s licenses of thousands of people unable to pay traffic tickets. The SPLC filed a federal lawsuit to stop the state from suspending licenses without considering a person’s ability to pay and finding that the person willfully failed to pay. It also sought to reinstate licenses suspended solely for nonpayment.
Source Southern Poverty Law Center

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case Cook v. Taylor (CJ-AL-0019)

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