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Federal Appeals Court: No Need For Passenger ID In Traffic Stop
Ninth Circuit US Court of Appeals says police cannot demand ID from passengers during a traffic stop without reasonable suspicion of a crime.
A Resurgence Of The French Speed Camera Resistance
After a holiday lull, yellow vest protesters were back out in force calling for an end to the anti-motorist policies in France.
Scotland: Lowering Drunk Driving Limit Did Nothing For Safety
Medical journal finds lowering of the drunk driving threshold to .05 failed to reduce traffic accidents in Scotland.
Federal Court Upholds Traffic Stop Over Fast Blinker
Properly indicating a turn with a signal that is in working order, but blinks rapidly, is potentially unlawful under federal appeals court ruling.
New Mexico Appeals Court Shuts Down Car Confiscation Program
State appeals court ruling drives final nail in coffin of Albuquerque, New Mexico car seizure enterprise.
Vermont Supreme Court Holds Cops Liable For Racist Traffic Stop
Black motorist may sue Vermont State Police over a baseless traffic stop.
French Yellow Vest Protests Regain Steam
French yellow vest protesters disabled speed cameras for the new year, as did vigilantes in Italy. A German speed camera caused a fatal accident.
Ohio Town Dragging Out Speed Camera Ticket Refunds
US Supreme Court Overturns Land Rover Seizure As Excessive
Verra Mobility and Hertz Settle Toll Road Lawsuit
Texas: Longer Yellow Time Experiment Is A Long-Term Success
France, Italy, Saudi Arabia, UK: Speed Cameras Assaulted
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