Justin Wm. Moyer

Journalist (District of Columbia)
Reporter at the Washington Post.

Links: @justinwmmoyer | (Current as of: July 13, 2016)


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Report: 1 in 6 Va. drivers have suspended licenses partly due to unpaid court debt

Justin Wm. Moyer
Washington Post
January 24, 2018
About one in six Virginia drivers has a suspended license partly because of an inability to pay court debt, according to a study from an advocacy group released Wednesday.

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Millions of drivers lost their licenses for failing to pay court fees, study finds

Justin Wm. Moyer
Washington Post
September 26, 2017
The report says that 43 states and the District suspend driver’s licenses because of unpaid fines and fees, trapping people in a “vicious court debt cycle.”

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‘DMV is not responsible’: Va. denies claim it unfairly suspends driver’s licenses

Justin Wm. Moyer
Washington Post
October 5, 2016
After a class-action lawsuit claimed Virginia suspends the driver’s licenses of those too poor to pay fines and court costs in an “unconstitutional scheme,” the state replied Monday, saying the suit raised no legitimate complaint.

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Virginia suspends driver’s licenses in ‘unconstitutional scheme,’ class action says

Justin Wm. Moyer
Washington Post
July 13, 2016
A suit filed July 6 against the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles alleges the DMV indefinitely suspends driver’s licenses of those too poor to pay fines and court costs in an “unconstitutional scheme.”



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