Adrian Wyllie discusses REAL ID & HB 109 on Bay News 9





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Uploaded on Oct 13, 2011

Adrian Wyllie refused to renew his Florida driver's license because of the unconstitutional requirements of the REAL ID Act.

UPDATE: In the rescheduled trial, they opened a courtroom just for this case because of all the observers and media. The State sent three prosecutors to observe the trial, and the circuit's most senior Judge to preside. I argued my case using Article 1, Section 12 of the Florida Constitution, multiple SCOTUS precedents, the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The judge deliberated for one week, and returned a "guilty" verdict saying that I did not prove "beyond a reasonable doubt" that Real ID was unconstitutional.

Since that time, I have continued traveling without a driver's license. Though I have been in several situations where I have been followed by police officers, and should have been pulled over, I can't seem to get arrested for this. I've spoken with my county sheriff about this on several occasions, an he will not commit to arresting me. Apparently, on this matter at least, I have complete immunity.

I believe that I came very close to winning my first court case. I strongly believe that the state is unwilling to arrest me because they feel that I could win in a jury trial. Should that happen, Real ID would effectively be nullified in Florida.


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