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12/19/2014
Ohio Supreme Court Rescues Speed Cameras Once More
City councils in Ohio can create their own administrative tribunals to hear traffic cases, the state Supreme Court concludes.
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12/18/2014
Texas Town Approves Red Light Cameras Despite Mounting Complaints
Willis, Texas ignores pending referendum, criminal complaint and rising accidents to renew red light camera program.
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12/17/2014
Kansas Court Declares Plastic Bags Suspicious
Kansas Court of Appeals upholds the search of a vehicle based solely on the presence of a ripped plastic baggie.
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12/16/2014
US Supreme Court Allows Traffic Stop Searches When No Law Violated
US Supreme Court holds that traffic stops and searches may be conducted even when police officers are wrong about the law.
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12/15/2014
Missouri: Red Light Cameras Could Be Put To A Statewide Vote
Missouri lawmaker introduces bill to place red light cameras and speed cameras to a statewide vote.
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12/14/2014
France: Speed Cameras Spraypainted Again
Black, blue and purple spraypaint disables a trio of speed cameras in France.
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12/12/2014
Ohio General Assembly Passes Illusory Speed Camera Ban
Ohio House approves state Senate bill designed to preserve the use of speed cameras.
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