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Michigan Man From Viral Zoom Court Video Never Owned A Driver’s License

There is yet another update with the man featured in the viral Zoom court suspended license video. The first video showed a man driving a car during Zoom court. He was appearing in court due to a charge of driving on a suspended license. The judge, of course, saw him operating the car and ordered him immediately to jail. After two days in jail, Corey Harris was released. A follow-up report said there was a clerical error with local Michigan courts, and he should have never been arrested for driving on a suspended license.

Corey Harris of Saginaw, Michigan, has never had a driver’s license at all. This contradicts news reports that his license was suspended in 2010 and reinstated in 2022 over child support issues. His privilege to operate a motor vehicle in Michigan was suspended, not his license, because he never owned a license. And upon further examination, it was revealed that Harris had an outstanding warrant from nine years ago. He was remanded to jail on the old warrant, and the issue of driving without a license is still pending due to the initial arrest, the Zoom call video, and his current status of not having a valid driver’s license.

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New twists in suspended license saga of man in viral video – YouTube

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