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10/16/2014
Florida Appeals Court Strikes Down Red Light Cameras
Second highest court in Florida reverses its earlier support for red light cameras, refuses vendor-issued citation procedure.
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10/15/2014
Tennessee Courts Crack Down On Cops Taking Blood From Drivers
Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals twice strikes down warrantless, forced blood draws in suspected drunk driving cases.
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10/14/2014
Texas Asks US Supreme Court To Rule On License Plates
Confederate flag license plate in Texas brings controversy to the steps of the US Supreme Court.
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10/13/2014
Chicago, Illinois Resists Short Yellow Refunds
Inspector general for Chicago, Illinois audits red light camera program and finds lax oversight and short yellow times.
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10/12/2014
France, Germany: Traffic Cameras Bashed, Trashed
Automated ticketing machines were disabled in France and Germany last week.
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10/10/2014
ACLU Sues Delaware Town Over Flashing Headlight Ticket
Smyrna, Delaware sued for civil rights violation after it tickets man who flashed headlights to warn about a speed trap.
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10/9/2014
Orange County, California Advances Ordinance Banning Red Light Cameras
Red light cameras will be banned from unincorporated areas of Orange County, California under an ordinance advanced on Tuesday.
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