7/24/2015Indiana: Federal Court Denies Motorist Right To Stop In Safe Location
Federal judge rules that waiting to pull over in a safe, well-lit location is equivalent to resisting arrest.
The use of unmarked police cars in many states puts motorists in a bind. When they see flashing lights in the rear view mirror, they can either pull over immediately in a dark, sketchy location and take their chances that the lights are not those of an impersonator, or they can drive for a few moments to stop in a safe, public location and risk being treated to a hostile stop and search of their vehicle by legitimate police. A precedent set earlier this month by a ...
7/23/2015California Appeal Court Backs Stop Sign Cameras
Appellate court notes that the California legislature slipped in a provision to rescue the legality of stop sign cameras.
7/22/2015Illinois: Chicago Defends Use Of Illegally Short Yellow Times
After his last red light camera case tied in the Illinois Supreme Court,
7/21/2015Federal Appeals Court Declares Air Fresheners Suspicious
US Court of Appeals rules that driving with air fresheners creates reasonable suspicion of criminal activity.
7/20/2015France: Speed Cameras Defaced, Burned
Fire and spraypaint disabled speed cameras throughout France last week.
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