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French Protesters Running Out Of Speed Cameras To Burn
Yellow vest attacks on speed cameras continue over holiday week in France. A camera in Germany is decorated for Christmas.
2018 Year In Review
The ten most popular stories on TheNewspaper.com for the year 2018.
Study: Underposted Speed Limits Diminish Safety
Reducing the speed limit below the average speed of traffic can decrease safety according to a study by Penn State researchers.
Tennesse Court Rejects Sovereign Citizen DUI Defense
Second highest court in Tennessee rejects argument that drunk driving refusal charge violates religious liberty.
France, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Spain: Paint, Fire Disable Speed Cameras
Yellow vest protests diminish while attacks on photo radar grow across France, Italy, Saudi Arabia.
Baltimore, Maryland Speed Cams Generate 24,237 Bogus Tickets
Figures provided by Baltimore, Maryland suggest system is generating at least 24,237 erroneous violations.
New Jersey Cop Guilty Of Shaking Down Motorists
FBI charges fifth police officer in Paterson, New Jersey after probe reveals theft from drivers during bogus traffic stops.
French Government Retreats From Lowered Speed Limits
Australia Lets Redflex Off The Hook
ANALYSIS: Traffic Ticket Industry Calls For Lower Speed Limits
France: Report Shows Lowered Speed Limit Costs $4.4 Billion
Federal Appeals Court: No Need For Passenger ID In Traffic Stop
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