LAWRENCE, Masss. —
The injured biker is represented by Gloria Alfred of Los Angeles, a well-known civil rights lawyer who often takes controversial cases. She declined to comment on whether Mieses plans legal action against the Range Rover driver.
Mieses, the injured biker, had his driver's permit suspended in Massachusetts in 1999 after a spate of traffic violations in Lawrence, including speeding, failure to stop, attaching improper plates, driving without insurance and driving an unregistered vehicle, according to state records.
Since then, he has accumulated numerous other violations for driving without a license, along with speeding and driving to endanger, the Massachusetts Registery of Motor Vehicles said.
Massachusetts officials said Mieses never received a driver's license for a car or a motorcycle, and that they reported him to the national registry as a habitual traffic law offender.
Details for this story were provided by The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, Mass.