February 5, 2014 | Volume 101 / Number 6

Driver's License Argument Lands St. Marie Man In Jail

One man's argument over the basic right to travel landed him in jail for 14 days this past week. The Glasgow Courier previously reported about Terry Lee Brauner, or as he prefers to be known as Terry-Lee, and his argument against city, county and state officials on his position that the government has no right to require a driver's license.

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This is the mugshot for Terry Lee Brauner, aka Terry-Lee.

Brauner went to court on Wednesday, Jan. 29, for driving without a license and operating a vehicle without liability insurance. He was sent to jail for 14 days and fined more than $800. Judge Perry Miller, of Chinook, presided over the case and found hi...

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