City Passes Ordinance Banning Use Of Road Medians After Failed Arrest Of Man Warning Of Speed TrapChris | InformationLiberation
Apr. 03, 2014
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After Frisco, Texas police publicly embarrassed themselves by arresting a man, for charges which were later dropped, because he warned motorists of a speed trap by holding up a sign in the median of a street, police proposed and the city council passed an ordinance to outlaw commoners from standing in the median of any road for any purpose outside of waiting for traffic.
From the Dallas Morning News:
FRISCO -- The city has adopted a new ordinance barring anyone from being in the median of a divided road except in certain cases.You know the police are in the right when they have to pass a law to outlaw the very thing they're positive was already illegal.