A former employee of the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration pleaded guilty Friday to producing fraudulent driver's licenses for cash, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced.
The Motor Vehicle Administration can no longer suspend the driver’s licenses of motorists who fail to pay a traffic fine due to their lack of funds under legislation the General Assembly passed unanimously and sent to Gov. Larry Hogan before its early adjournment Wednesday. The measure was introduced at the urging of Maryland Attorney General […]
ANNAPOLIS – Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh urged legislators Wednesday to strip the state of its authority to suspend the driver’s licenses of motorists who fail to pay a traffic fine because they lack the funds, saying such suspensions criminalize poverty and force low-income drivers to choose between missing work or risking arrest by […]
ANNAPOLIS – Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh on Wednesday called for repealing the state’s authority to suspend the driver’s licenses of motorists who fail to pay a traffic fine or fee because they lack the funds, saying such a suspension criminalizes poverty and forces low-income drivers to choose between missing work or tempting arrest […]
A measure to enable Maryland residents to select an unspecified gender on their driver's licenses has advanced in the state Senate.Senators gave the measure preliminary approval Wednesday.
Allowing trial judges to unilaterally reclassify the status of an individual’s driver’s license and bypass the MVA system severely impedes the ability of the MVA to monitor which Maryland-licensed drivers are currently permitted to drive.
McDonough is the latest elected official from Baltimore County to oppose the possible relocation of 50 children from Central America to the area by Catholic Charities of Maryland.
Del. Patrick McDonough, R-Baltimore, said the law is the prime example of how "the General Assembly is so infected with the illegal alien advocates that the people of Maryland are just shut out and have no voice whatsoever."
ANNAPOLIS — Immigrants living in the U.S. illegally will be able to obtain a Maryland driver’s license or identification card under a new law taking effect this week. The law goes into effect Wednesday. It expands a program Maryland adopted in 2009 to comply with tighter federal identification rules. Maryland’s 2009 law created a two-tiered […]
WASHINGTON — Starting next year, people living in the nation’s capital who don’t have legal permission to reside in the United States will be able to get driver’s licenses. Democratic Mayor Vincent Gray signed a bill on Monday that would allow the District of Columbia’s Department of Motor Vehicles to issue licenses to people who […]
ANNAPOLIS – Illegal immigrants can begin the process to get a Maryland driver’s license beginning Monday, Nov. 4, according to Philip Dacey, a spokesman for the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration. The first step is to schedule an appointment to get a driver’s license in January, Dacey said. Under the Maryland Highway Safety Act, passed in […]
The Maryland Court of Appeals on Thursday reinstated the 90-day suspension of a Carroll County man’s driver’s license for having driven drunk — more than four years after the high court heard the Motor Vehicle Administration’s appeal in the case.