University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "DiFrancesco v. Bullock"
Date Aug 31, 2017
Author Equal Justice Under Law
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Abstract Every year, Montana was suspending the licenses of an estimated 10,000 drivers because they were unable to pay court debts. The automatic suspensions were designed to coerce payment -- but this practice can never accomplish its intended goal. No punishment can increase the likelihood that a person will pay a debt that he or she is unable to pay.
Source Equal Justice Under Law

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case DiFrancesco v. Bullock (PB-MT-0003)

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