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Illinois Court Blocks Traffic Stop Based On Dubious Tip
A claimed anonymous tip, without evidence of reliability, cannot be the sole justification for a traffic stop under Illinois appellate ruling.
France, Italy, Norway, Taiwan, UK: Speed Cameras Blinded By Paint, Explosives
More European speed cameras were taken out of service last week with colorful and explosive attacks.
Arizona: Nothing Can Be Done When Cops Coerce Consent
Court of Appeals in Arizona rejects exclusionary rule when police violate state law by improperly telling DUI suspect he cannot refuse breath test.
OPINION: Federal Transportation Spending Nears All-Time High
Motorists continue to pay far more than their fair share in taxes as transit and rail continue to skim from road funding sources.
Federal Appeals Court Closes Door On Reckless Police Chases
Third Circuit US Court of Appeals says, going forward, police can be held personally accountable for high speed chases that turn deadly.
UK Regulator Says Speed Camera Criticism Violates Broadcast Rules
UK broadcast regulator Ofcom finds station broke rules by allowing radio host to refer to speed camera operators as maggots.
France, Italy, Sweden: Speed Cameras Blinded
Vigilantes across Europe continued last week to sabotage speed cameras.
Federal Judge Catches Mississippi Traffic Cop In A Lie
Gag Order For Corruption Tainted Bus Camera Operator Legal Challenge
Indiana Supreme Court Considers Speeding Stop By Forgetful Cop
Michigan Motorist Fights Tire Chalking
Arizona, France, Italy, Russia: Speed Cameras Toppled, Blinded
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