Asheville’s ABC affiliate reports:
A charge of driving with a revoked license against North Carolina Rep. Madison Cawthorn has been dropped. Dashcam video showed a North Carolina state trooper pulling Cawthorn over in Cleveland County on March 3.
The trooper reportedly pulled Cawthorn over for driving left of the center line. The traffic stop resulted in the Republican congressman being issued a violation for driving with a revoked license.
A trial date of Jan. 13, 2023, has been set for Cawthorn in a separate incident after authorities say the TSA found a loaded handgun in his bag on April 26, 2022.
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Earlier this week it was reported that Cawthorn is being sued for nearly $200,000 in unpaid legal fees.
A charge of driving with a revoked license against North Carolina Rep. Madison Cawthorn has been dropped. He will go to trial for having a loaded handgun in his bag while going through TSA. https://t.co/9oef83M48A
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