My question involves a driver's license issued by the State of: Washington
So almost a year and a half ago I had an infraction in the corner of Oregon. I paid half and sent the judge a letter stating I didn't agree w/ the citation and would like the rest waived. Judge declined and said if I didn't pay I couldn't drive in Oregon - fine.
Now a year later the DOL sends me a letter saying that unless I pay the infraction committed in Oregon I would have my WASHINGTON STATE ISSUED license suspended. I sent them a letter arguing I had committed no infraction in Washington and they don't have a right to suspended the license.
I was pulled over today for the bogus cell phone law, ran my plates, and arrest because I have a suspended license related to the Oregon infraction. This just happened hours ago so I am not sure what level of infraction they are charging me with. My questions: Does the DOL have the right to suspend my license? What is my best case on arguing to the judge on the illegal revocation of my license because of no infraction committed within my own State?
Your insight would be greatly appreciated.