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12/7/2017
Tasered Motorist Sues Ohio Town
Motorist sues Euclid, Ohio police after he is tasered and pepper sprayed for pulling into a driveway to make a phone call.
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12/5/2017
Pennsylvania Cops Settle After Sober Man Jailed For DUI
Man spent five months in prison after being falsely accused of drunk driving by Pennsylvania state trooper.
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12/1/2017
National Motorists Association Takes On Ride Sharing Privacy
Motorist rights group asks US Supreme Court to uphold privacy rights as new forms of car sharing and ride sharing emerge.
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11/29/2017
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rejects Idea That Looking At GPS Is Suspicious
Motorists should not be subject to a police interrogation for pulling over to program their GPS, Pennsylvania Supreme Court rules.
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11/24/2017
Louisiana: Black Motorist Beaten For Pulling Over In Safe Location
Waiting to pull over in a safe, well-lit location resulted in police beat down for a black motorist in Shreveport, Louisiana.
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11/17/2017
California Lawsuit Against ATS, Hertz Goes To Trial
Photo radar vendor ATS and car rental firm Hertz go to trial to defend against fraud charges brought by the city of San Francisco, California.
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11/14/2017
Sleepy Drivers Kill More Than Red Light Runners
Federal statistics show more people are killed by drivers asleep at the wheel than by those exceeding the speed limit or running a red light.
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