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Florida Gang Unit Cops May Not Write Seatbelt Tickets
Florida Appeals Court says local cop working on a county task force may not write traffic tickets outside of his normal jurisdiction.
Minnesota Lawmakers Wants To Audit License Plate Cameras
Minnesota state lawmakers push to update existing audit requirements for police departments using license plate cameras.
Trucking, Automobile Groups Team Up Against Pennsylvania Toll Road
National Motorists Association and Owner Operator Independent Drivers Association demand refunds for excessive tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
France, Italy: Speed Cameras Wrapped, Painted, Stoned
Stones, spraypaint and trashbags kept speed cameras from operating in France and Italy last week.
Motoring Group Asks Feds To Stop Funding Ticket Traps
National Motorists Association urges NHTSA to refuse speed trap funding to cities that fail to adhere to federal speed limit regulations.
Feds Try To Restore Confidence In Drugged Driver Survey
Government Accountability Office report concludes changes to controversial roadside drug testing program are good enough.
Federal Appeals Court Denies Camera Exec Demand For Reward
Seventh Circuit US Court of Appeals rejects $2.3 million reward demand from former Redflex executive vice president.
France, Germany, UK: Speed Cameras Taken Out
Missouri Court Protects Black Box Data From Cops
Federal Judge Scolds Detroit Cops For Lying About Traffic Stop
Utah Supremes To Decide Whether Cops Are Violating Forfeiture Ban
Federal Lawsuit Challenges Interstate Speed Camera Trap In Ohio
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