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Michigan Motorist Fights Tire Chalking
Sixth Circuit US Court of Appeals to rule on whether meter maids need to obtain a warrant before chalking tires.
Arizona, France, Italy, Russia: Speed Cameras Toppled, Blinded
Across the world, speed cameras and red light cameras fell last week.
Facebook Traffic Stop Complaint Triggers Kentucky Cops
Lawsuit charges Kentucky state troopers with assault, puppy-kicking over a Facebook complaint about a traffic stop.
Los Angeles, California Court Forced To Reform Traffic Fine Policies
Los Angeles and the state of California update policies to limit the suspension of drivers licenses over unpaid traffic tickets.
Illinois Court Blocks Traffic Stop Based On Dubious Tip
A claimed anonymous tip, without evidence of reliability, cannot be the sole justification for a traffic stop under Illinois appellate ruling.
France, Italy, Norway, Taiwan, UK: Speed Cameras Blinded By Paint, Explosives
More European speed cameras were taken out of service last week with colorful and explosive attacks.
Arizona: Nothing Can Be Done When Cops Coerce Consent
Court of Appeals in Arizona rejects exclusionary rule when police violate state law by improperly telling DUI suspect he cannot refuse breath test.
Minor Concessions Fail To Satisfy French Speed Camera Resistance
US Senate Condemns Motorcycle Profiling
Federal Court Says Police Can Run Non-violent Suspects Off The Road
National Academies Report Demands $70 Billion In Highway Tolls, Taxes
Kentucky Court Upholds License Plate Scan Traffic Stops
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