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Utah: Cop Cannot Provoke A Violation To Justify A Traffic Stop
Federal judge rejects traffic stop conducted by Utah cop who prompted a motorist to move out of his way on the interstate.
France, Saudi Arabia, The Netherlands, UK: Ambulance Flattens Speed Camera
Vigilantes throughout the world celebrated the holidays by disabling speed cameras.
UK Motoring Group Attacks Misplaced Police Priorities
Alliance of British Drivers calls for release of accident reports to determine the true number of incidents caused by ordinary speeding.
Anonymous Hacks Italian Speed Camera Database
Hacker takes over the police email and database system in Correggio, Italy and deletes speed camera tickets.
2017 Year In Review
The ten most popular stories on TheNewspaper.com for the year 2017.
Illinois: Insurance Company Refuses To Cover Illegal Red Light Camera Program
Red light camera trap in Crestwood, Illinois is so extreme that the village insurance company refuses to reimburse the city for lawsuit damages.
Oklahoma Supreme Court Slams DUI Law
Oklahoma Supreme Court declares law that seizes driving licenses upon an accusation of drunk driving to be a bad idea.
Florida House Votes To Ban Red Light Cameras -- Eventually
Belgium, China, France, UK: Speed Cameras Thwarted
New Mexico Supreme Court Upholds Exaggerating Cop
Effort To Ban Red Light Cameras Begins In Ft Worth, Texas
UK Government Wants Speed Camera Friendly License Plates
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