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Federal Court Emphasizes Right To Withdraw Search Consent
US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit tells police that motorists have the right to withdraw consent from a vehicle search.

When a motorist gives consent to a vehicle search during a traffic stop, that consent can be withdrawn. The Fourth Circuit US Court of Appeals last month decided to emphasize this point by ruling against the police officers who ignored Dmytro Patiutka when he told them to stop searching his SUV. Virginia State Trooper G.S. Cox pulled Patiutka over on Interstate 81 on April 27, 2013, because his SUV had a tinted license plate cover. After unsuccessfully running Patiutka's Lithuanian driver's l ...

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Virginia Toll Road Suffers Major Legal Setback
Federal judge slams Transurban for imposing thousands in fines on motorists for tiny alleged infractions on Virginia toll roads.

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Tucson, Arizona Voters Reject Traffic Cameras
Red light cameras and speed cameras lose at the ballot box in Tucson, Arizona.

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Red Light Cameras Fail To Reduce Accidents In Tucson, Arizona
Accident analysis shows no safety benefit to photo enforcement in Tucson, Arizona.

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France, Germany, UK: Speed Cameras Burned, Painted
Vigilantes take out multiple cameras throughout Europe with fire and spraypaint.

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