By on January 25, 2016

If we were all judged solely by our mistakes, we couldn’t elect anyone president. Having said that, maybe it’s good to give a little time between jail terms and licensed professions — especially when you were convicted in a firebombing directly related to that same profession.

An Ontario Superior Court overturned a lower court’s ruling to grant a vehicle sales license to a man just four days after his release from a federal prison, according to the Ontario Motor Vehicle Industry Council. The man was sentenced to jail for hiring another man to set fire to a New York State Department of Motor Vehicle office and a DMV inspector’s car while the applicant was a car dealer in Buffalo, New York.

According to the court, the man lied about his jail term and the circumstances regarding his case. Prior to the Superior Court ruling, the man was rejected by local authorities for a license, but successfully appealed the ruling in a lower court.

(Read More…)

Recent Comments

  • stuki: You can drive your TMax, as long as you pay for both it, and some dunce’s GM/Honda silliness. ICE...
  • ajla: The N-body Malibu was the 1997 Motor Trend Car of the Year. And did the Cirrus outhandle the Contour?
  • gregtwelve: I bought a new 2008 Saturn Aura XR for the wife about a month before the GM bankruptcy. It was a very...
  • stuki: Not much different from similarly government subsidized and protected Lada.
  • Lynchenstein: Camaro Sissy? LOL, no.

New Car Research

Get a Free Dealer Quote

Who We Are

  • Adam Tonge
  • Bozi Tatarevic
  • Corey Lewis
  • Mark Baruth
  • Ronnie Schreiber