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France, French Guiana, Germany: Speed Cameras Bent, Painted
In South America and Europe, spraypaint was used to keep speed cameras from issuing tickets last week.
Utah Supreme Court Defends Multi-Space Parking Meters
Salt Lake City absolved of responsibility after printing false and misleading information on its parking tickets.
Canada: Study Examines The Safety Impact Of Ending Photo Radar
University study finds removal of photo radar from Sherwood Park, Canada had no negative impact on traffic safety.
Buffalo, New York Sued Over Racial Roadblocks
Civil rights groups sue Buffalo, New York to obtain data about roadblocks set up to stop motorists in black neighborhoods.
DC Board Slams Police Search Tactics
City board reports that Washington, DC police have been misusing consent searches in traffic stops and other investigations.
France, Latvia, Saudi Arabia, UK: Speed Cameras Burn
Speed cameras throughout the globe were set on fire and spraypainted last week.
Report Tracks Cash Incentive For States To Suspend Driving Licenses
Report details state-by-state policies on suspending driving licenses as a means of collecting money for courts.
Washington Supreme Court Clarifies: Lawnmowers Are Not Cars
Illinois: Lawsuit Challenges Red Light Camera Trap
France, Germany, Lativia, Russia: Speed Cameras Disrupted
Ohio Supreme Court Clears Strip Club In Drunk Stripper Accident
SeaTac, Washington Dumps Red Light Cameras
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