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France: Speed Cameras Painted And Burned
French vigilantes continue to take out speed cameras in protest of the lowering of speed limits that took effect in July.
New Jersey Lawmakers Reintroduce Anti-Photo Ticketing Bill
New Jersey lawmakers once again seek to withhold license plate information from photo ticketing companies.
IIHS Fakes Speed Limit Study Results
IIHS study proves average speeds unchanged despite lowering speed limit. Press release implied the exact opposite result.
Iowa Supreme Court Splits On Speed Cameras
One out of three new Iowa Supreme Court rulings on speed cameras opens door to a challenge of photo radar legality.
New Jersey Judicial Commission Takes On Ticketing For Profit
Panel commissioned by New Jersey Supreme Court recommends reform to end municipal court use of traffic tickets to generate revenue.
France: Speed Camera Revolt Intensifies
French public continues to resist lowered speed limits with a doubling of the number of attacks on speed cameras.
Utah Supreme Court Sides With Motorist Who Had Cash Seized
Utah Supreme Court rejects gimmick police used to seize cash from motorist who was never charged with any crime.
Iowa Supreme Court Considers Shutting Down DOT Speeding Tickets
Illinois Appellate Court Declares Wide Left Turns Legal
France, Italy: More Speed Cameras Tagged
Illinois: Federal Court Rules Bankruptcy Requires Return Of Seized Cars
State Farm Pays $250 Million In Bribery Scandal
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