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Oregon Court Rejects Car Seizure Over Insurance Card
Oregon police must make some effort to verify motorist insurance before seizing a car under a new Oregon Court of Appeals ruling.
Texas Court Smacks Buspatrol With $421,910 Fine
Scandal plagued school bus camera company forced to pay legal fees of competitor after overplaying legal hand.
Study: Red Light Cameras Failed To Reduce Accidents In Texas
Case Western Reserve University study of red light cameras in Dallas and Houston, Texas concludes there is no evidence of a safety benefit.
France, Italy, Saudi Arabia: Speed Cameras Disturbed
Dozens of additional speed cameras last week fell victim to vigilante attacks in Saudi Arabia, France and Italy.
DC Report Finds Racial Bias In Speed Camera Use
Speed cameras in Washington, DC are placed in minority neighborhoods to generate higher ticket volumes.
Red Light Camera Challenge Heads To Texas Supremes
Lawyer asks Texas Supreme Court to overturn ruling giving free pass to cities ignoring motorist protections in state red light camera law.
Aurora, Colorado Voters To Decide Photo Radar Fate
Ballot measure asks residents in Aurora, Colorado whether they want the red light camera program to continue.
Iowa Supreme Court Returns To Speed Camera Question
Indiana: Ticket-Fixing Judge Gets Slap On Wrist
France, Italy: Speed Cameras Blinded
Texas: School Bus Camera Scandal Takes Down Politician
Ohio Attorney General Defends Anti-Speed Camera Law
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