A judge put the brakes on Libertarian Party candidate Adrian Wyllie’s argument against a new Florida driver’s license law on Monday.
Wyllie, who ran unsuccessfully for Florida governor, said that the driver’s license law violated citizens’ privacy.
A Collier, Fla. judge quickly denied his claim.
Wyllie agreed to plead no contest and received a $150 fine, with no probation or jail time.
“I applaud you for trying to fight for your honest conviction,” Collier County Judge Mike Carr said to Wyllie during the hearing.
“I am very disappointed with the outcome here,” said Wyllie after the hearing.
He said a stand had to be taken on Constitutional grounds, saying that new driver’s license requirements, in particular Real ID, is an invasion of privacy.