Missouri: Man Sues Cops Over Speed Trap Warning TicketsTheNewspaper
Apr. 23, 2013
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A man fed up with small town cops issuing tickets to people who warn fellow motorists about upcoming speed traps on Friday asked a federal judge to issue an injunction against the practice. Michael J. Elli filed a class action suit in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri claiming the traffic stops in Ellisville amounted to a violation of their First Amendment right to free speech.