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France, Germany, Italy: Speed Cameras Slammed
German and Italian speed cameras destroyed after failing to prevent accidents. Vigilantes destroyed 17,886 devices in France since 2018.
Ninth Circuit Tosses Lawsuit Over Motorcyclist Harassment
Federal appeals court says lawyer cannot advise client who is pulled over for a traffic violation.
Arizona: Councilman Fights Return Of Red Light, Speed Cameras
Photo ticketing may end in Phoenix, Arizona after contract expansion vote with scandal-plagued vendor fails.
France, Latvia, Russia: Speed Cameras Burned, Painted
Opponents of automated enforcement in France, Latvia and Russia set several speed cameras on fire last week.
Georgia Motorist Wins Against Bogus Arrest For Sleeping Bag Possession
Eleventh Circuit US Court of Appeals rules that motorists with sleeping bags should not be automatically suspected of berry smuggling.
Ohio Town Wants To Burn Votes Cast In Anti-Camera Referendum
East Liverpool, Ohio asks judge to ensure that the votes cast by its residents regarding speed cameras are never counted.
DC Gives Meter Maids Power To Issue Lane Violation Photo Tickets
Washington, DC gives meter maids the ability to issue photo tickets to cars that appear to stray into a bicycle lane.
France: Privacy Regulator Slams Speed Camera Practices
Accident Rate Continues To Drop On US Roads
France, Germany, Switzerland: Speed Cameras Sabotaged
Florida Cop Blows The Whistle On Ticket Quota
Pennsylvania Motorist Jailed For Refusing Blood Draw
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