6/23/2017California: Federal Appeals Court Overturns Car Seizure Policy
Federal appeals court allows motorists to sue police Los Angeles, California for impounding cars from innocent owners for thirty days.
Police in California can now be sued if they seize and hold the automobiles of innocent parties without good reason. The Ninth Circuit US Court of Appeals on Wednesday gave the green light to a class action against the Los Angeles Police Department seeking compensation for owners who had their cars taken for 30 days or more -- racking up $1800 in fees -- because someone else with a suspended license drove the vehicle.
Los Angeles has a troubled legal history when it comes to taking automobile ...
6/22/2017Virginia Activist Appeals Ruling Over Diversion Of Toll Road Money
Virginia free market advocate asks US Court of Appeals to overturn decision protecting the diversion of toll road revenue to transit.
6/21/2017Canada: Government Ombudsman Slams Speed Cam Secrecy
Manitoba, Canada ombudsman orders Winnipeg to release photo radar information to the public.
6/20/2017Pennsylvania: Federal Court Upholds Headphone Traffic Stop
Federal court in Pennsylvania upholds traffic stop of man wearing Beats by Dre headphones behind the wheel.
6/19/2017China, France: Speed Cameras Taken Out
Several speed cameras in China and France were painted and smashed last week.