Consumer Law

Case of Habitual Traffic Violator Heads to High Court

The Supreme Court agreed Monday to resolve a circuit split stemming from a traffic stop where a man drove his pickup perfectly, but without a license.

Kansas Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Mehrer learned that Charles Glover Jr.’s license had been suspended when he performed a registration check on Glover’s pickup truck. Operating under the assumption that it was Glover who was driving, Mehrer pulled the truck over.

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