3/15/2018Feds Try To Restore Confidence In Drugged Driver Survey
Government Accountability Office report concludes changes to controversial roadside drug testing program are good enough.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is desperately trying to rehabilitate its controversial roadside drug testing program. On Monday, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) issued a report outlining the reforms that NHTSA has proposed to address motorist concerns with the National Roadside Survey. The last survey in 2014 relied upon police roadblocks that forced motorists to stop against their will so that they could be encouraged to "voluntarily" take a drug test. ...
3/14/2018Federal Appeals Court Denies Camera Exec Demand For Reward
Seventh Circuit US Court of Appeals rejects $2.3 million reward demand from former Redflex executive vice president.
3/13/2018Ohio Town Cannot Survive Without Speed Camera Revenue
Monetary concern drives New Miami challenge to speed camera ruling before the Ohio Supreme Court.
3/12/2018Rhode Island, France, Italy: Speed Cameras Thwarted
Spraypaint, bullets and fire kept speed cameras from issuing tickets in Rhode Island, France and Italy last week.
3/9/2018Louisiana Ticket Quota Caught On Tape
Police officer in Gretna, Louisiana records his superiors ordering him to issue more tickets to make up lost revenue.
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