I do but - you do need a lawyer who cares first. Welfare people were mentioned earlier. Well - if people on welfare lose their drivers licence, chances are, it's a pain but little more than that. For the big earners - most of them need their car to get to work with. So, the person on welfare (in this type of case) doesn't matter. In fact, the person on welfare is probably going to get a lawyer for free. Legal Aid. Lawyers don't like doing legal aid so while the welfare person will get a lawyer for free and the money bags will pay, both will get about the same amount of attention paid to their case unless they are an important client.
The problem is; where does it stop? Because someone's earning power is unequal to another's is irrelevent. Life is not fair and people will only gain equality upon death. Trying to legislate equality is as ineffective as it is moronic and only creates more problems than it supposedly solves, failed and current socialist states have proven that time and time and time again, yet liberal just can't get that through their thick skulls. Equality under and before the law and equal protection thereof has to be the standard othewise any hint of equality becomes even more subjective than it already is.
If we accept the idea that monetary punishment, ie, fines, should be different depending on how much money the offender has, then it only makes sense that time punishment, ie, jail time, should be different depending on how much spare time the offender has. And so, people who are unemployed, retired, on welfare, etc, should have vastly longer jail sentences than those with full time jobs. Part time workers could be in-between.
For somebody on welfare, losing that licence renders them closer to unemployable. Not everyone is on it because they want to be.
Community service - in schoolbus-yellow overalls - hits where it hurts: The Image....