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Safespeed Denies Red Light Camera Racketeering Conspiracy
Action postponed in red light camera RICO lawsuit against Safespeed.
Canada, France: Speed Cameras Sprayed, Burned
A handful of speed cameras in Canada and France were thwarted by vigilante action last week.
New York High Court Rejects License Plate Reader Stop
Highest court in New York state creates a higher standard for pulling over a motorist over minor traffic infractions.
Brazil, France, Italy: Photo Radar In Retreat
Brazil implements speed camera reform while vigilantes reduce the number of automated ticketing machines in France and Italy.
Virginia Considers Limiting Traffic Stops Over Minor Infractions
Police would no longer be able to pull over motorists over minor equipment violations under a measure passed by the Virginia Senate.
Belgium, France, Germany: Speed Cameras Busted
Multiple speed cameras were destroyed or disabled last week in Europe.
Red Light Camera Company Co-Owner Charged In Bribery Scheme
Omar Maani, co-founder of Safespeed, indicted on federal charges as part of a red light camera bribery scheme.
Spraypaint Blinds French Speed Cameras
Ohio Court of Appeals Again Rescues Speed Cameras
France, Germany, Italy: Vigilantes Thwart Government Revenue Estimates
New Orleans, Louisiana Dodges Payment Of $25 Million Owed To Motorists
Canada, France: Speed Cameras Tarred and Torched
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