2/7/2018Ex-Wife Wants Share Of Red Light Camera Convict Pension
Hearing set for claim ex-wife is entitled to share pension of Chicago, Illinois official convicted of taking red light camera bribes.
Wrangling over money continues in the aftermath of the Redflex bribery scandal. Next week, the red light camera company's former executive vice president, Aaron M. Rosenberg, will tell a three-judge appellate panel that he is entitled to a $2.3 million windfall for turning state's evidence against his colleagues. Then, at the end of the month, Margaret Bills will testify that she is entitled to a share of the municipal pension owed to her ex-husband, John Bills. Between 2003 and 2011, John Bi ...
2/6/2018Texas Appeals Court: Clean Cars Are Not Suspicious
Cleanliness does not justify a traffic stop, according to a ruling by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.
2/5/2018France, Italy, Saudi Arabia: Speed Cameras Eliminated
Vigilantes burned, blew up and painted speed cameras in Saudi Arabia, France and Italy last week.
2/2/2018Federal Judge Upholds Warrantless License Plate Tracking
US district court judge rules that no warrant is needed for unlimited tracking of motorists with license plate cameras.
2/1/2018Ireland: Motorists Receiving License Points For Not Checking Tire Pressure
Drivers in Ireland face points against their license if stopped while driving with low tire pressure.
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