My question involves a driver's license issued by the State of: Michigan
I had an accident in Ohio in 1998. The other driver took me to court and a judgment was entered against me. I never received any information regarding the court case or judgment, although that is a moot point now. When I tried to renew my license here in michigan I was denied and told to contact an attorney in Ohio who was handling the collection of the judgement.
Can the secretary of state legally stop me from renewing based on a judgment from Ohio? I never had a license in Ohio. I am confused how they can do it. I read the mcl pertaining to traffic violations in other states being deemed concurrent with the way Michigan would deal with it, but I never received any traffic tickets related to this inicident. The person I hit was an off duty police officer who filed a report the next day and then sued me for damages, no papers, no evidence, no nothing.