Libertarian Candidate For Governor To Fight ‘Real ID’ Law

By  //  May 19, 2014

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Wyllie Surrendered Driver's License in 2011 In Protest of New ID Law

ABOVE VIDEO:  Libertarian candidate Adrian Wyllie Speaks to Space Coast Daily.

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA — Libertarian Gubernatorial candidate Adrian Wyllie was arrested Friday in Clearwater for driving without a license.


According to Wyllie’s campaign, Wyllie plans to use his arrest to challenge a driver’s license law also known as the Real ID Act.

In 2011, Wyllie openly challenged the constitutional merits of the Real ID Act when he surrendered his license and challenged law enforcement to to enforce the law.  According to the Libertarian Party of Florida’s Facebook events page, he is currently awaiting trial in which he plans to argue that the Real ID Act as it relates to Florida drivers’ licensing is a violation of the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution.

Wyllie is scheduled to appear in court on June 4, 2014 at 9 a.m. for his arraignment, when he plans to argue that the issuance of drivers’ licenses under the Real ID act violates the 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

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BELOW VIDEO: Adrian Wyllie explains the principles behind his battle against the Read ID Act.