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West Virginia Supreme Court Expands DUI To Private Property
High court in West Virginia declares drunk driving laws even apply to roads that are not open to the public.
France, Italy, Russia: Speed Cameras Bashed, Painted
Vigilantes throughout the world were disabled with spraypaint and sledgehammers last week.
Idaho Supreme Court Says Even A Two Minute Traffic Stop Delay Is Too Much
Idaho Supreme Court cracks down on unnecessary delays during traffic stops.
Redflex Continues Its Move Away From US Photo Enforcement
Along with a new logo, Redflex Traffic Systems of Australia decides to move away from photo ticketing in the United States.
FBI Explains How It Took Down Chicago Red Light Camera Corruption
The official US government account of how it took down the Redflex photo bribery scheme in Chicago, Illinois.
France, Germany: Speed Cameras Rammed, Torched, Painted
A variety of techniques were used last week to ensure speed cameras in France and Germany would not issue tickets.
Judge Adds $2 Million Fine To Corrupt Camera Executive Sentence
Federal judge doubles prison time for Redflex executive found guilty of red light camera corruption in Chicago, Illinois.
UK Motoring Group Slams Government-Funded Report As Anti-Car
2010 Study: License Points Have No Behavioral Impact
California Supreme Court Finalizes Parking Ticket Ruling
OPINION: Draining the transportation swamp
France, Italy: Speed Cameras Torched, Demolished
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