Two bills in the Washington Legislature would reduce driving while license suspended in the third degree – the state’s most commonly charged crime – to a civil infraction. They are intended to prevent people from getting criminal records for no other reason than not having enough money to pay the fine.
Two bills in the Washington Legislature would reduce driving while license suspended in the third degree – the state’s most commonly charged crime – to a civil infraction. They are intended to prevent people from getting criminal records for no other reason than not having enough money to pay the fine. Rich Pedroncelli AP
Two bills in the Washington Legislature would reduce driving while license suspended in the third degree – the state’s most commonly charged crime – to a civil infraction. They are intended to prevent people from getting criminal records for no other reason than not having enough money to pay the fine. Rich Pedroncelli AP

The state’s most commonly charged crime would be reduced if this bill passes

January 16, 2018 10:52 AM