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Redflex Attacks Former Executive
Redflex attorneys paint the former executive vice president as a schemer in order to get him booted from a $300 million fraud lawsuit. READ MORE>>

Another California City Poised To Dump Red Light Cameras
Marysville may soon join more than sixty California cities that have canceled their red light camera programs. READ MORE>>

Canada, France, Germany, Italy: Speed Cameras Scratched, Scorched
A camera watching a speed camera fails to do its job in Italy. Vigilantes continue to disable photo radar around the world. READ MORE>>

Virginia Supreme Court Rules Champions Windshield Obstruction Tickets
Highest court in Virginia affirms traffic stop over a military base parking pass. READ MORE>>

Federal Appeals Court Upholds Iphone Translation For Search Consent
Seventh Circuit US Court of Appeals rules an iPhone translation app is good enough to ask for consent to search a vehicle. READ MORE>>

Federal Appeals Court Rescues Red Light Camera Challenge
Fifth Circuit US Court of Appeals rejects the attempt of photo ticketing companies to transfer a challenge to federal court. READ MORE>>

Texas Town Saves Red Light Camera Contract
Jersey Village, Texas red light camera program survives by 310 votes. READ MORE>>

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