DPS has decided to treat all criminal speeding tickets detected by photo enforcement as civil violations instead of criminal.
Apparently (self-proclaimed) "conservative" Republican state sentators Linda Gray, AZLD-10, David Braswell, AZLD-6, and (self-proclaimed) "pro-liberty" Republican state rep Frank Antenori, AZLD-30, defy a resolution of the Arizona Republican Party f
How 7 Protesters and a dog cost ATS 16 employees worth of Overtime on a sunday afternoon, Learn More
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February 6th 2010, Sheriff Paul full press Conference Video,
What happens when you host a protest in front of a photoradar company's headquarters on the outskirts of Phoenix and the headline speaker is the Sheriff in the neighboring county? A lot.
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And why is this the only sherif in AZ actively working against the cameras?
“I see all the cameras in Arizona completely coming down ” in 2010, said Shawn Dow, chairman of Arizona Citizens Against Photo Radar...“The citizens of Arizona took away the cash cow of Arizona by refusing to pay.”
If you are currently unsure of what your state is doing regarding material compliance with the Real ID act or the PASS ID Act coming up for congressional revision; you might want to search this document for your state's drivers license division.
Hint: It involves explosives! :)
Corporations and governments can legally ignore photo tickets in the Valley, while the rest of us are expected to pay up -- or else. Plus....how to get out of paying those rotten bastards.Entered By: Jet Lacey
Redflex Traffic Systems, Inc., the largest provider of photo enforcement systems for roads and highways in the U.S., today announced it has been named a finalist in the Arizona Technology Council`s 2009 Governor`s Celebration of Innovation (GCOI) awa
Thomas Costanzo, said, "Make it $500, make it $1,000. So that way, the people of the state will realize what a bunch of thieves we have working in our government."
Three cities Tuesday -- two in Ohio, one in Texas -- voted to rip the things down...
(...at least part of it) Breaking News: Automated ticketing schemes– including red light cameras– appear to have been defeated by public vote in two communities in Ohio as well as one in Texas. Beleaguered Redflex Group of Australia appears to h
CameraFRAUD is proud to introduce Photo Radar: Discredited, a new series dedicated to factually debunking the automated ticketing industry's half-truths and misinformation. This series will pose common arguments used by proponents of automated tic
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has on its Agenda (pg 31) for the meeting on October 7, 2009, to set a public hearing for November 4, 2009 to solicit comments and consider the adoption of Photo Radar Fee of $20.00 per defendant
A brief compendium of how photo enforcement and the “justice” system has become an unacceptable burden upon the innocent and falsely accused.
Your license could be suspended and you may not even know it. In yet another colossal failure of photo enforcement, you may have been cited with a traffic citation and never been notified.
Raking in hundreds of thousands of dollars from photo radar and dangerous red light scams (during an unprecedented economic recession) “may” have political consequences says Captain Obvious, who is apparently working for the mainstream media.
Another municipality has been caught blatently ignoring the law under the guise of enforcing it. St. Louis city codes requiring proper warning signs for red light cameras were ignored, while drivers received $100 extortion letters from American Traffic Solutions. (ATS keeps $31 of each $100 collected in St. Louis.)
Accidents jumped 43 percent at intersections with traffic cameras the last time Alexandria operated red-light cameras, between 1998 and 2005. That’s according to data compiled by the Virginia Transportation Research Council, a joint venture between the Virginia Department of Transportation and the University of Virginia. Statewide, accidents serious enough to cause injuries increased 18 percent at red-light camera intersections.
A UK court threw out a pair of speed camera citations yesterday after a retired veteran police officer admitted on the stand that he falsified official documents used as proof. How long until we catch them doing this here?
And then one day the stop sign was gone.
It was the very stop sign one block from my house that was oddly stationed at a low-traffic, 3-way intersection, tempting every driver to slow down but not come to a complete stop.
How the city cleaned up on that one! I have personally coughed up in excess of $1,000 for tickets there, one time receiving two tickets in as many days. This sign was even the reason that I spent a day in jail for failing to fork over when the judge said I should.
A stubborn motorist who became an Internet celebrity after video of him being stunned with a Taser by a Utah Highway Patrolman appeared on YouTube will receive $40,000 as part of a lawsuit settlement with the state, the Utah attorney general's office said Monday.
A Travis County Sheriff’s deputy used his Taser gun on a 72-year-old great grandmother after she refused to sign a speeding ticket. The deputy claims he was forced to defend himself because Kathryn Winkfein “got violent” in her refusal to sign the ticket. The deputy said she also used profanity, making him fear for his life.