Video captures an individual operating a vehicle while court proceedings are being conducted via Zoom, despite holding a suspended driver’s license.

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A Michigan resident identified as Corey Harris, aged 44, was found to be driving a vehicle during a virtual Zoom court hearing for license-related charges. On May 15, Harris joined the hearing from a moving car, as evidenced in a viral video recording.

Initially, when Judge Cedric Simpson asked if Harris was driving, he responded that he was parking at a doctor’s office. The judge seemed surprised and even laughed as Harris parked the car on video. Upon confirmation that Harris is a driver with a suspended license who was just seen driving without a valid one, Harris seemed to comprehend the error of his actions.

Judge Simpson then revoked Harris’ bond, instructing him to turn himself in to the Washtenaw County Jail by 6 p.m. that day. Failure to do so would result in a bench warrant with no bond. During the judge’s speech, Harris remained quiet, apparently recognizing the consequence of his actions.