Shamir Coll has yet to take the bar exam, but he already has argued before the Supreme Court of Ohio.

Coll, a 2015 graduate of the University of Toledo College of Law, on Wednesday argued before the state high court’s seven justices that his refusal to answer questions about his history of traffic violations — as well as his insinuations that the police involved in those incidents are linked with the Ku Klux Klan — should not prevent him from taking the licensing test.

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