(Atlanta Journal-Constitution) An illegal immigrant from Mexico is challenging the constitutionality of the state's driver license law in a case the Georgia Supreme Court is set to hear Monday.
Fernando Castillo-Solis says the law — which requires motorists who have lived in Georgia for 30 days or more to get a state-issued license before driving — discriminates against illegal immigrants.
At issue is a part of the law that says motorists can't be convicted of driving without a license if they can later present their licenses in court. Since illegal immigrants are ineligible for Georgia licenses, they don't have the same protection.
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