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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
French Speed Camera Revolt Intensifies
Insurance Company Wants Nothing To Do With Toll Road Lawsuit
Pennsylvania Governor Unwittingly Supports Toll Road Lawsuit
South Florida Cities Face Red Light Camera Legal Trouble
North Carolina Slams ATS For Unlicensed Engineering
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