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1/15/2019
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.
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1/14/2019
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.
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1/11/2019
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.
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1/10/2019
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.
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1/9/2019
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.
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1/8/2019
Vermont Supreme Court Holds Cops Liable For Racist Traffic Stop
Black motorist may sue Vermont State Police over a baseless traffic stop.
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1/7/2019
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.
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