9/25/2018Ex-Wife Of Red Light Camera Convict Wins Payday
Federal judge sides with claim of ex-wife to pension fund contributions from Chicago, Illinois official who took Redflex bribes.
Margaret Bills, ex-wife of a former Chicago, Illinois, transportation official caught in a red light camera bribery scandal, won $95,946 from a federal court ruling on Thursday. US District Judge Virginia M. Kendall decided that Margaret Bills, not the government, had first claim to the $266,519 in pension contributions that John Bills accumulated while serving as the city's deputy transportation chief.
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9/24/2018France, Italy, Russia: Speed Cameras Burned, Bashed, Blinded
Speed cameras in France, Italy and Russia came under fire -- and spraypaint -- last week.
9/21/2018French Government Investigates Speed Camera Corruption
French financial prosecutor opens formal investigation into corruption allegation involving a speed camera company.
9/20/2018Dallas, Texas Renews Deal With Corruption Tainted Camera Company
The photo enforcement company that bankrupted Dallas County Schools in Texas has renewed its deal after a rebranding.
9/19/2018Iowa Supreme Court Considers Shutting Down DOT Speeding Tickets
Iowa Supreme Court to decide whether state Department of Transportation employees can issue speeding tickets under citizen arrest authority.