Ohio Judge Rules Against Speeding Cameras as New York City Approves Them Latest Debate Leaves More Questions than Answers for California Motorists - this blog was written by TicketKick.com, Your Go-To Resource for Beating Traffic Tickets.
In the continuing saga surrounding controversial camera enforced speeding tickets that saw New York City adopt them just last Friday, Judge Robert Ruehlman of Ohio has contributed his opinion on the matter by ruling in favor of refunds for such violations in a certain town in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Residents of Elmwood Place are now entitled to 1.76 million dollars of refunds, plus an impending settlement on their attorneys’ fees after the ruling. Judge Ruehlman was quoted by the Associated Press as calling the speeding camera system “a scam” and a violation of the Ohio state constitution. This case result will likely add momentum for the cause of some Ohio legislators who were already pushing for a statewide ban on traffic cameras.
Meanwhile, the jury is still out on what California government officials will do now that there are mixed conclusions from the rest of the country. As the controversy moves toward the Pacific, California motorists can only hope that it loses steam before the introduction of these speeding cameras in their city streets. - this blog was written by TicketKick.com, Your Go-To Resource for Beating Traffic Tickets.
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