The state Motor Vehicle Commission is being threatened with litigation over its suspension of driver’s licenses for persons issued arrest warrants for unpaid child support.

Pennington, N.J., attorney David Perry Davis plans to sue the commission if it continues suspending licenses of such persons without hearings, he said in a Jan. 23 letter to MVC Chief Administrator Raymond Martinez. Davis also asked Martinez to refund all reinstatement charges paid by drivers whose licenses were suspended for child support arrears without a hearing, and to remove such suspensions from drivers’ abstracts.

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