11/19/2015California City Bucks Trend, Gives Redflex A Chance
San Mateo, California gives Redflex 90 days to answer public concerns about the red light camera program.
Politicians in San Mateo, California are not afraid of the ongoing corruption investigation into Redflex Traffic System, nor are they afraid of the public's anger at red light camera tickets that run $540 each -- the most expensive in the nation. The council unanimously decided Monday to give the Australian photo ticketing firm ninety days to answer common objections to the lucrative program. "For my part, I'm totally about the safety," Mayor Maureen Freschet said. "We did get quite a few ema ...
11/18/2015Virginia Court Upholds Air Freshener Stop
Virginia Court of Appeals allows police to stop and search cars for having air fresheners hanging from the rearview mirror.
11/17/2015Missouri Judge Upholds Public Right To Oust Red Light Cameras
Court rejects attempt by Missouri cities to block a public vote outlawing the use of red light cameras.
11/16/2015France, UK: Speed Cameras Burned, Blocked
Speed cameras in Scotland and France are disabled and destroyed with fire and paint.
11/13/2015Alabama: Veteran Takes Camera Ticket To Federal Court
Federal countersuit to a red light camera ticket will cost Redflex and Phenix City, Alabama much more than $100.
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