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Denver Photo Radar Ruling
A Denver, Colorado County Court ruling shut down the city's photo radar program as an illegal delegation of police powers to a private entity.

This Denver, Colorado County Court ruling shut down the city's photo radar program as an illegal delegation of police powers to a private entity.

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While the Court believes that ACS may issue the notices, the Court believes that to permit ACS to prepare the summons and complaint is a wrongful delegation. It is in violation of D.R.M.C. Section 54.19, police duties, and a wrongful delegation of a City function.
Source: PDF File City of Denver vs. Pirosko, et al. (Denver County Courts, 1/28/2002)

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