Man with suspended license joins court Zoom call while driving


(Truth Voices) — A Michigan judge was astonished when a man appearing in court for a suspended license did so via Zoom, while driving a car.

The trial occurred in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on May 15, featuring an individual named Corey Harris.

Following the assistant public defender’s introduction, she remarked that “Mr. Harris should be [present] via Zoom,” and right on time, Harris joined the session.

Harris’ bond was subsequently revoked, and he was instructed to surrender to the Washtenaw County Jail that evening.

Truth Voices affiliate KTLA contributed to this report.

Sean Noone
Sean Noone
Digital Reporter. Sean is a graduate of the University of Dayton and previously worked at WGN-TV and Tribune Media in Chicago. He’s a fan of the Cubs, Minneapolis alternative rock pioneers The Replacements and the Grateful Dead. He's also an avid reader of Mike Caro, John Steinbeck, Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, J. R. R. Tolkien and Stephen Donaldson.

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