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France: Attacks On Speed Cameras Ramp Up Again
French vigilantes increased attacks on speed cameras last week after taking a lockdown break.
Ticket Quota Sparks Lawsuit From New Jersey Cops
Lawsuit by police union seeks order blocking ticket quota in Morristown, New Jersey.
France, Germany: Speed Cameras Foiled
Attacks against automated ticketing machines were on the rise last week in France and Germany.
Illinois Supreme Court Confirms Existence Of Illegal Traffic Ticket Quota
Sparta, Illinois, traffic ticket quota struck down as illegal by the state Supreme Court.
Australia, France, Germany UK: Speed Cameras Sidelined
Vigilante attacks in Europe and Australia disabled a handful of speed cameras last week.
West Virginia Supreme Court Rejects Anything Goes Traffic Stops
Supreme Court in West Virginia rejects out-of-jurisdiction DUI traffic stop as unreasonable.
Verra Mobity Faces Class Action Over Unfair Toll Practices
Cost of using a toll road in a rental car could drop if federal antitrust lawsuit opens competition in the market.
Verra Mobility Buys Rival Red Light Camera Provider
Ohio Cities Denied In Effort To Block Anti-Speed Camera Law
European Speed Cameras Face Trouble
Colorado Court Rejects Temporary Tags In Back Window
Bombs Used On Italian And French Speed Cameras
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