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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Anthony O. Price
RICHMOND — A Henrico County prosecutor yesterday argued that the state has the constitutional right to impose stiff "abuser fees" solely against Virginia drivers because those drivers are responsible for most of the wear and tear on local roads.
A second judge in Virginia ruled yesterday that the state's new "abuser fees" program that singles out resident drivers is unconstitutional.
RICHMOND — A Henrico County judge yesterday ruled that singling out Virginia drivers in the state's new "abuser fee" program is unconstitutional.
Attorneys representing Anthony O. Price, convicted last week of driving on a suspended license for the fifth time in Virginia, argue the state's new fee program is unconstitutional because an out-of-state driver would be immune to the additional $750 Mr. Price now faces.