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Vermont Supreme Court Rejects Traffic Stop For Driving While Nervous
Vermont Supreme Court says federal agents may not violate the state constitution when conducting traffic stop and searches.
A Trio Of Ticketing Cameras Disabled In France, Germany
Vigilantes used paint, fire and pry bars to take out three automated ticketing machines last week.
Michigan: Federal Judge Approves Traffic Stop Based On Inaccurate Database Info
Federal judge validates traffic stops based solely on insurance information in a database that may be two weeks out of date.
Illinois, Italy, France, Germany: Speed Cameras Slammed, Swiped
Vigilantes around the world last week took out a handful of speed cameras.
Argentina: Court Sentences Mayor For Forging Speed Camera Tickets
Small city mayor in Cordoba, Argentina, convicted by jury of forging speed camera tickets.
France, Germany, Spain, UK: Speed Cameras Attacked
Several speed cameras were knocked out of service across Europe last week.
Ohio Supreme Court Takes Up Another Photo Ticketing Case
Ohio Supreme Court justices express skepticism at effort by Cleveland to avoid repaying illegally issued red light and speed camera tickets.
France, Germany, Italy: Vigilantes Spraypaint More Speed Cameras
Mississippi: Federal Judge Says Plastic Bags Are Not Suspicious
France, UK: Speed Cameras Thwarted With Paint, Fire And Stubbornness
DC Confirms Photo Ticket Payment Optional For Non-Residents
Vigilantes Burned $128 Million In French Speed Camera Profit
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