Adrian Wyllie pleads no contest to driving without license

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COLLIER COUNTY, Fla.- A Florida politician was in court Monday trying to fight state driver’s license laws.

Adrian Wyllie was arrested in September for not having a valid driver’s license.

The formerĀ Libertarian wanted his charge dismissed because he feels the state’s driver’s license requirements are an unconstitutional invasion of privacy.

The judge denied his request.

Wyllie then plead no contest to the charge and was fined $150. He tells WINK News he’s disappointed with the judge’s decision.

“I think he rushed through it. I think with the change in judges at the last minute, he didn’t have the time to give the motion in which we submitted a couple weeks ago true, thoughtful, review,” said Wyllie.

Wyllie says he will think about appealing. He has been trying to fight the law since his first arrest in 2011 but has been unsuccessful everytiime.

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