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Federal Appeals Court Upholds Tolling For General Revenue
Federal Appeals Court green lights higher tolls for Pennsylvania drivers for use on transit and other unrelated projects.
Maryland Court Blasts Roadside Strip Search Of Female Driver
Maryland Court of Special Appeals throws out the evidence gathered during a strip search conducted on the side of a busy highway.
France: Attacks On Speed Cameras Keep Pace With Replacements
French officials struggle to replace damaged speed cameras as vigilantes continue to destroy them.
Sacramento, California Reveals Red Light Camera Chaos
Sacramento County, California, revealed red light cameras have been off for eight months while trying to rekindle ticketing deal with Redflex.
Maryland: Government Watchdog Warns Of School Bus Camera Impropriety
Inspector general raises red flags regarding the school bus camera program in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Federal Appeals Court Upholds Limited Due Process For Photo Tickets
Seventh Circuit US Court of Appeals once again rescues red light cameras from legal challenge over due process rights.
France, South Africa: Speed Cameras Rubbed Out
Multiple speed cameras in France and South Africa were removed from service last week.
Ohio AG Moves To Save Red Light Camera Defunding Law
New Mexico Court: Warrant Needed To Open Car Door
Ohio Appeals Court Rules On Defective Traffic Sign Defense
Colorado Issues Cease And Desist Order To Redflex
France, Germany, Spain, UK: Speed Cameras Disabled
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