12/1/2015Hawaii Supreme Court Overturns Criminalized DUI Refusal
Hawaii Supreme Court rules that it is coercion to impose a criminal penalty on DUI refusal.
Hawaii motorists may no longer be threatened with imprisonment if they refuse to submit to a breathalyzer test. The state Supreme Court ruled last week that it was improper for police to threaten drivers with a criminal conviction if they exercised their right under the law to decline a breath test when accused of driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI).
The court came to this conclusion after considering the April 20, 2011 stop of Yong Shik Won. Won had allegedly been driving his Chevy ...
11/30/2015France: Two Speed Cameras Disabled
Vigilantes put a pair of speed cameras out of commission in France.
11/27/2015European Photo Radar Firm Reports Financial Loss
European photo radar giant Sensys Gatso announces $3.5 million third quarter loss to Swedish investors.
11/25/2015New Mexico State Senators Attack Automoble Impounding
New Mexico lawmakers take aim at Albuquerque for ignoring law outlawing the civil forfeiture of automobiles.
11/24/2015Federal Appeals Court Tosses Anti-Camera Suit
Second Circuit US Court of Appeals rejects civil rights lawsuit against Nassau County, New York camera vendor.