The most commonly charged crime in Washington shouldn't be a crime at all, the state chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union argues in a new report.
Taxpayers spend more than $40 million a year to prosecute cases of third-degree driving with a suspended license, the organization found.
The crime covers those who keep driving after having their licenses suspended for failing to pay traffic tickets or failing to show up for court hearings - though not those whose licenses are sus
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