Virginia Legal Troubles for MD Congressional Candidate
Previously, Red Maryland revealed that Maryland first district congressional candidate Rob Fisher has stronger ties to Virginia than Maryland. Today we show that Fisher has a history of running afoul of the laws of the commonwealth.
Red Maryland has obtained documents that show:
In December 2000, Fisher was arrested for driving while intoxicated and refusing a breathalyzer test.
In May of 2003 Fisher received a uniform summons for failure to keep his vehicle under control.
In December of 2007, Fisher was arrested for public intoxication but found not guilty in 2008.
A Virginia court also revoked Fisher’s license for 12 months.
Fisher has been married three times. Earlier this month, Politico reported that Fisher denied physical abuse and drug use allegations made by his first wife in 1991. See the court documents here.
Fisher remarried in 1991. However, records show that he remarried before his divorce. Fisher’s 1991 marriage certificate states he remarried on April 19, 1991 eleven days prior to the date a Fairfax County court decreed his divorce final.
Crossposted on Red Maryland