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France, Italy, Russia: Speed Cameras Disabled
Multiple speed cameras around the world were taken out of action last week.
Florida Appellate Panel Considers Red Light Camera Case
Legal battle seeks to put a stop to red light camera ticketing in Orange County, Florida.
Virginia: Overcharged Toll Road Customers Win $1.3 Million Settlement
Excessive fees settlement forces Virginia toll road operator to reform the way it deals with unpaid tolls.
Louisiana: Inspector General Identifies 8900 Bogus Parking Tickets
Inspector general for New Orleans, Louisiana documents 8900 cases of innocent motorists receiving parking tickets every year.
Federal Appeals Court Makes Looking Fast A Crime
US Court of Appeals upholds traffic stop where a police officer said the car looked like it was traveling at a high rate of speed.
Russia, France: Speed Cameras Swiped, Spraypainted
Vigilantes in Russia and France took several speed cameras out of service last week.
Toll Collector Battles To Stop Rental Car Fee-Avoidance App
Federal appeals court to hear case that could block smartphone app that saves automobile renters from paying hefty toll road fees.
Report: No Safety Benefit From San Francisco, California Cameras
Texas: Group Calls On Austin To Refund Illegally Issued Photo Tickets
French Speed Cameras Torched, Painted
French Lawmakers Seek To Re-Ban Facebook Speed Camera Warnings
Former Redflex Chief Sentenced To 14 Months In Prison
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