Who is Corey Harris, the viral Zoom call driver from Michigan?

Corey Harris of Michigan, whose Zoom court hearing went viral after he pretended to drive, had to face the revelation that he never had a driver's license. Although the license suspension was lifted, he remained disqualified due to a clerical error. Harris remains determined to make things right, as he has a warrant out for his arrest for driving with a suspended license.

Corey Harris during his viral Zoom court hearing where revelations about his driver's license emerged.

Corey Harris, a 44-year-old man from Michiganhas run into trouble. After his Zoom court hearing viralin which he was apparently driving, he had to face the legal consequences. The case took a different turn when the judge revealed on Wednesday that Harris never had a driver's license. At first it was assumed that his license had been revoked.

On May 15, Harris attended a Zoom hearing in a Washtenaw County courtroom. However, during the hearing, which was related to a traffic stop, he appeared to be driving. The presiding judge, Cedric Simpson, found that Harris was driving with a suspended license. Simpson then revoked his bail. He ordered Harris to surrender to authorities, resulting in a two-day jail stay.

However, after his time behind bars, it was revealed that Harris's license suspension had been lifted in January 2022. Saginaw County court records showed that the suspension occurred immediately after a child support case was settled. However, that information was not transmitted to the Michigan Secretary of State's office. It culminated in a clerical error that left Harris' license suspended in the system.