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Australia, France, Italy, Japan, Saudi Arabia, UK: Speed Cameras Thwarted
Resistance against the use of speed cameras continues to spread worldwide.
Tennessee: Forgetful Cop Can Testify Based On Notes, Video
Second highest court in Tennessee allows a cop to testify about a traffic stop he cannot remember.
Illinois Appellate Court Again Sides With Short Yellow Times
Second highest court in Illinois gives Chicago a pass for using 2.9 second yellows at red light camera intersections.
Redflex Continues To Lose Money
Redflex reports losing another $11.8 million in the last six months as the fallout from the bribery scandal continues.
Legislative Update: Speed Cameras In Indiana, Iowa And Virginia
Prospects for speed cameras advance in Indiana, retreat in Virginia and remain up in the air for Iowa.
DC, France: Photo Radar Under Assault
Eleven speed cameras were disabled in Washington, DC as vigilantes in France continued the campaign against automated ticketing with spraypaint.
Kentucky Supreme Court Endorses License Plate Camera Tracking
Kentucky police can use cameras to track motorists without a warrant under a state Supreme Court ruling handed down last week.
Towns Seek Speed Trap Cash From Group That Profits From Tickets
Florida Gang Unit Cops May Not Write Seatbelt Tickets
Minnesota Lawmakers Wants To Audit License Plate Cameras
Trucking, Automobile Groups Team Up Against Pennsylvania Toll Road
France, Italy: Speed Cameras Wrapped, Painted, Stoned
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