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11/29/2018
Federal Court OKs Charging Sober Drivers With DUI
Federal appeals court sees no problem with charging motorists with DUI weeks before lab test results are available.
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11/28/2018
UK Report: Average Speeds Unchanged With 20 MPH Speed Limits
UK government report finds average speeds and collisions remained virtually unchanged after dropping the speed limit by 10 MPH.
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11/27/2018
Montana Supreme Court: Messy Cars Are Not Suspicious
Montana Supreme Court rejects police officer claim that a messy former rental car was suspicious enough to require search for drugs.
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11/26/2018
France, Italy, UK: New Record For Speed Camera Destruction
An unprecedented 200 speed cameras attacked in France as the yellow vest protest continued last week. A few cameras attacked in UK and Italy.
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11/24/2018
New York Rejects Customs Agent Traffic Stop
Judge throws out the evidence seized in a New York traffic stop by a federal customs agent who had no jurisdiction.
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11/21/2018
Kansas Cracks Down On Reasonable Police Mistake Traffic Stops
Kansas appellate court rejects reasonable mistake theory over a traffic stop involving a brake light law settled ten years ago.
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11/20/2018
Texas Lawmakers Move To Save Red Light Cameras
Newly filed legislation would protect Texas red light cameras in defiance of the campaign promises of Governor Greg Abbott.
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