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7/19/2012
Florida: Traffic Camera Records Impossible Speeds
Red light cameras in St. Petersburg, Florida accuse motorist of running red light at 215 MPH.
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11/22/2011
Maryland: Innocence Not a Defense to Speed Camera Citations
Judges in Prince Georges County, Maryland are cracking down on motorists who argue speed camera tickets are inaccurate.
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9/23/2011
Texas: Red Light Camera Tickets a Man Running a Green Light
Port Lavaca, Texas issues $75 ticket to man who ran a green light.
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4/14/2011
Australia: Employee Alters Traffic Camera Ticket Data
Traffic camera employee caught changing the speed reading on 67,541 tickets in Victoria, Australia.
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3/6/2011
Innocent Drivers Receive Photo Tickets in Florida, Australia, France, UK
Cameras wrongly accuse motorists of speeding, running red lights and illegally parking in Australia, Florida, France and the UK.
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2/14/2011
Italy: Speed Camera Gives Economy Van 764 MPH Ticket
Speed camera in Italy accuses Fiat van driver of achieving supersonic speeds.
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1/26/2011
Maryland: Forest Heights Speed Camera Accuracy Questioned
An extensive investigation of inaccurate speed camera readings in Forest Heights, Maryland.
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