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The driving licence suspension of a viral driver should have been lifted 2 years ago, according to reactions on social media

The Michigan The man seen in the viral court video driving during a Zoom call and facing the revocation of his driver's license was ultimately identified as the victim of a clerical error.

Reports say that Corey Harris' The suspension, which should have been lifted two years ago, was wrongly maintained.

His driver's license was revoked in 2010 for unpaid child support, but a judge revoked it in 2022. However, the paperwork was not sent to the Secretary of State, so his license remained revoked, WMAR Baltimore reports.

He said, “Always double check these employees because they say they are going to do something and then they don't do it.”

There was a huge outpouring of support and relief on social media when users learned of his innocence. Now his supporters are calling on him to take legal action against the courts.