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US House Moves To Limit Car Seizures
US House of Representatives votes unanimously to block local police from seizing cars and other property under federal rules.
DC, France: Speed Cameras Crushed, Blinded
An accident, a storm and spraypaint take out photo radar devices in Washington, DC and France.
Behind The Scenes Of The Effort To Gut The Texas Red Light Camera Ban
Humble, Texas officials worked closely with local media and traffic camera vendors to carve out an exception to the statewide photo ticketing ban.
Illinois: Seventh Circuit Orders Return Of Impounded Cars
Seventh Circuit US Court of Appeals says Chicago, Illinois must return cars seized from drivers who have filed for bankruptcy protection.
Kansas Supreme Court Rejects Damage Limits In Traffic Injury Case
Kansas Supreme Court rejects legislative limit on pain and suffering damage awards set by juries in car accident cases.
Australia, France, Germany, Luxembourg, UK: Photo Radar Smeared
Nearly a dozen speed cameras across Europe and Australia were taken out of service last week.
Court Busts Michigan Cop For Strip Searching Innocent Driver
Black driver stopped in Michigan on a false pretext can sue over police strip search, Sixth Circuit US Court of Appeals ruled.
San Mateo, California Dumps Red Light Cameras
Ecuador, France, Germany, Russia: Speed Cameras Scrapped
Federal Class Action Possible Against Rental Car Traffic Tickets
German Constitutional Court Questions Speed Camera Reliability
Federal Court Blasts Insurance Attempt To Avoid DUI Liability
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