Traffic law 'turning point'? Ohio judge rules speed cameras violate rightsFox News
Mar. 08, 2013
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Highway speed cameras just got ticketed.
An Ohio judge ruled Thursday that a Cincinnati-area community's speed cameras violate drivers' rights under the state constitution, in what attorneys on the case called a first-ever ruling against the ubiquitous enforcement tool.
"To the best of my knowledge this is the first time in the country that this has happened," attorney Mike Allen, whose firm brought the case, told FoxNews.com. "This could be a major turning point for people that are aggrieved by these kind of things."