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Missouri Supreme Court Delivers Three Strikes Against Photo Tickets
Defense attorneys challenging red light cameras win three cases before the Missouri Supreme Court. READ MORE>>

Mississippi Supreme Court Busts Lying, Ticket Quota Cop
High court in Mississippi says state trooper who issued 25 bogus tickets should never have been reinstated with full back pay. READ MORE>>

Saudi Arabia, France: Speed Cameras Crash, Disappear
Speed camera van in Saudi Arabia tips over in accident while a French speed camera vanishes. READ MORE>>

Iowa Towns Ignore South Dakota Camera Law
Several Iowa towns ignore South Dakota law and use unofficial sources to issue speed camera tickets to South Dakotans. READ MORE>>

Traffic Signal Pioneer Warns Of Overly Short Yellow Lights
Original co-author of yellow signal timing formula tells engineering body it has misinterpreted his work. READ MORE>>

Federal Court Allows Speeding Stop For Loud, Fast Looking Ford Mustang
US magistrate judge upholds traffic stop of a Ford Mustang based solely on the visual estimate of its speed. READ MORE>>

Ohio Cities Lose Challenge To Traffic Camera Restrictions
Ohio Court of Appeals says municipalities must respect state law limiting the use of photo enforcement devices. READ MORE>>

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