A Better Mousetrap

By Cody Goodfellow As freedom-loving Americans, we demand a weak police force and judicial system that will respect our privacy and give us the benefit of the doubt at every turn, but we also demand the kind of security and safety that comes with a police state. The shaky balance between order and liberty is [...]

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On December 6th, 2011, posted in: Legal Blog, Legal News Articles (Local and State Law) by

Red Light Cameras (Are they Enforceable in your City?)

Another California City Joins Red Light Camera Revolt Laguna Niguel city council to vote on becoming the fourth Orange County, California jurisdiction to ban red light cameras. A fourth city in Orange County, California is poised to outlaw the use of red light cameras. Earlier this month the Laguna Niguel city council voted 4-1 on [...]

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On September 24th, 2011, posted in: Legal Blog, Legal News Articles (Local and State Law) by

Drivers can disregard red-light camera tickets in L.A.

City officials debating the future of the photo-enforcement system recommend that citations stop being issued at the end of the month and that the program be phased out. By Ari Bloomekatz, Los Angeles Times July 26, 2011 Motorists who get tickets under the city’s controversial red-light camera program can shrug them off, Los Angeles officials [...]

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