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2/8/2018
Tennessee Court Strikes Down Paying Lab For DUI Convictions
Appellate court in Tennessee declares unconstitutional a law that pays state lab for each DUI conviction it generates.
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2/7/2018
Ex-Wife Wants Share Of Red Light Camera Convict Pension
Hearing set for claim ex-wife is entitled to share pension of Chicago, Illinois official convicted of taking red light camera bribes.
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2/6/2018
Texas Appeals Court: Clean Cars Are Not Suspicious
Cleanliness does not justify a traffic stop, according to a ruling by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.
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2/5/2018
France, Italy, Saudi Arabia: Speed Cameras Eliminated
Vigilantes burned, blew up and painted speed cameras in Saudi Arabia, France and Italy last week.
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2/2/2018
Federal Judge Upholds Warrantless License Plate Tracking
US district court judge rules that no warrant is needed for unlimited tracking of motorists with license plate cameras.
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2/1/2018
Ireland: Motorists Receiving License Points For Not Checking Tire Pressure
Drivers in Ireland face points against their license if stopped while driving with low tire pressure.
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1/31/2018
Redflex Bribery Architect To Have A Hearing On Appeal
Former executive vice president of Redflex Traffic Systems to tell a federal appeals court that he is entitled to a $2.3 million payment.
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