10/19/2017Wisconsin: Federal Judges Uphold Ban On Freeway Political Signs
Federal appeals court upholds anti-highway billboard ordinance used to ban waving the American flag on an overpass.
Waving flags or political protest signs from a highway overpass is a common sight in many parts of the country, particularly during election season. This form of free speech expression can now be banned as a traffic hazard under a ruling handed down last month by the Seventh Circuit US Court of Appeals.
A three-judge appellate panel declared the ordinance that Campbell, Wisconsin drafted to put a stop to the flag-waving and "Impeach Obama" signs that had generated a handful of angry calls to ...
10/18/2017Washington Supreme Court Clarifies: Lawnmowers Are Not Cars
High court in Washington state rules that the automobile theft statute was never meant to apply to riding lawnmowers.
10/17/2017Illinois: Lawsuit Challenges Red Light Camera Trap
Lawyer takes on a confusing right turn lane in Crestwood, Illinois that generated $3.1 million in red light camera profit.
10/16/2017France, Germany, Lativia, Russia: Speed Cameras Disrupted
Speed cameras across Europe were taken out of service last week by vigilantes who knocked down, burned or painted them.
10/13/2017Ohio Supreme Court Clears Strip Club In Drunk Stripper Accident
Ohio strip clubs are only liable for drunk-driving strippers who were knowingly served too much alcohol.