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Ohio Supreme Court Eliminates Need To Prove Laser Gun Accuracy
Laser and radar speed gun claims are admissible in Ohio courts without need for expert testimony or other proof of accuracy.
New Mexico: Motorist Sues After Police Conduct Prostate Exam For Failure To Signal
New Mexico Court of Appeals reinstates lawsuit against doctor who followed police orders to invasively search innocent motorist over turn signal.
France: Chainsaw Massacre For A Speed Camera
French mayor upset after officials clearcut a forest to make way for a speed camera. Two other speed cameras were burned last week.
Sixth Felony Plea Entered In School Bus Camera Bribery Scandal
Lawyer enters guilty plea in Dallas, Texas school bus camera bribery scandal.
Belgium, France, Italy: Speed Cameras Disabled, Fairness Questioned
Fairness of Italian speed cameras questioned after ambulance driver fined during pandemic. Cameras attacked in Belgium and France.
Ohio Appeals Court Upholds Photo Ticket For Violating Implicit Speed Limit
Appellate court rules that Toledo, Ohio speed cameras can issue tickets for violation of implicit speed limits.
Tolling Industry Wants $9.2 Billion Taxpayer Bailout
Toll road association asks congressional leadership for a $9.2 billion in taxpayer funds to make up for lost toll revenue.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa Loses $1.2 Million Speed Camera Lawsuit
France, Germany, UK: Speed Cameras Slashed
Florida Appellate Judges Rescue Red Light Camera Program
Ohio Supreme Court Upholds Anti-Speed Camera Law
France, Germany, Italy: Speed Cameras Bashed
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