The cameras were ruled unconstitutional in 2014 by Butler County Common Pleas Judge Michael J. Sage, who approved class action status. That ruling allowed the drivers to seek refunds. Nearly 45,000 citations were issued in just 15 months, and though
Nevada courts are out of cash because police are not writing enough speeding tickets. State Supreme Court Chief Justice James W. Hardesty sounded the warning lawmakers the coffers are running dry at an alarming rate.
One of California's largest providers of red light camera systems believes a recent Court of Appeal decision spells trouble finding that proof of improper calibration was enough to cast doubt on an automated ticketing machine's reliability.
Arizona is home to the nation's 2 largest photo ticketing companies. American Traffic Solutions and Redflex Traffic Systems of Australia, which bases its US operations in Phoenix, would suffer a humiliating blow if the state outlawed