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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "speed camera"

Dayton Red Light Camera Program Is Illegal

Did you know that the Dayton Red Light Camera program is issuing tickets with a short yellow light, thereby making more money for the city?  The following article is from TheNewspaper.com (a great site) and sets forth the argument that the program fails to comply with the 2008 implementing law. Dayton, Ohio's red light cameras have generated more than $8 million over the past two years. Many of the $85 automated tickets are issued at intersections where the yellow signal warning times fall short of the minimum allowed under state law.In 2008, Governor Ted Strickland (D) signed House Bill 30 into law, requiring...

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Why MADD Should Oppose Red-Light and Speed Cameras

Why do we enforce laws?  Is it to deter crime and make our communities safer, or do we enforce laws to increase our city coffers?  This question is playing itself out throughout the United States as many cities are installing speed and red-light cameras.  Locally, the city of Springfield, Ohio has a long-standing photo enforcement program and Dayton is planning to install cameras in the downtown area.  Studies suggest that the cameras may actually increase collisions, but the revenue is hard to turn down.I recently came across an article from NOLA.com warning motorists of increased traffic stops in and around...

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South Carolina House Votes to Ban Photo-Radar

from, www.thenewspaper.comThe South Carolina House of Representatives voted Thursday to make the state's ban on photo radar explicit. In 2006, the office of the attorney general issued an opinion stating automated ticketing conflicted with state law, but Ridgeland officials decided to ignore the ruling and operate a speed camera van on Interstate 95. The town of 2500 wants to deploy cameras to ticket out-of-state drivers as they pass through the seven-mile stretch within the town's limits."We don't need anyone's approval to enforce the law in Ridgeland," Mayor Gary W Hodges wrote in response to a local newspaper article. "The Gazette/Packet...

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