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No License to Drive: Why So Many Ohioans Are Barred From Driving
Hundreds of thousands of Ohio drivers are suspended, mostly for unpaid fines.
Court Is Closed Due to Coronavirus. But You Still Owe Those Fines and Fees.
As states and cities face budget shortfalls amid the COVID-19 crisis, many courts seek payments largely owed by the poor.
Here’s the New Application that Former Inmates Need to Get Back the Vote in Iowa
How the state defines “simple.”
The Woman Who Spent Six Years Fighting a Traffic Stop
Getting caught in a speed trap in a small Louisiana town.