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Red Light Cameras

PAC Upholds Municipality’s Denial of Request for FOIA Fee Waiver

by Franczek Radelet P.C. on

The Public Access Counselor recently issued a non-binding opinion holding that public bodies have the discretion to decide whether to waive or reduce copying fees associated with the production of documents responsive to FOIA...more

Red Light Camera Data Can Bolster Support

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

Communities across the country are engaging in an ongoing debate about red light cameras. Proponents argue that red light cameras promote public safety by incentivizing drivers to follow the law and drive cautiously....more

Recent 4th DCA Red Light Camera Decision May Invalidate Citations

by Fowler White Burnett, P.A. on

In a recent landmark decision the Fourth District Court of Appeal invalidated citations issued in the City of Hollywood. The issue raised involved the validity of red light citations issued to drivers by the third-party...more

California Supreme Court: No Special Rules to Authenticate Red-Light-Camera Evidence; Evidence Is Not Hearsay

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

In a unanimous decision published yesterday,camera the California Supreme Court concluded that the evidence generated by an automated traffic enforcement system (ATES) was adequately authenticated by the testimony of a city...more

California Supreme Court Upholds Red Light Camera Conviction

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

Declines to Adopt Special Authentication Rule and Finds Camera Evidence Not Hearsay - In a case briefed and argued by Best Best & Krieger LLP attorney Kira L. Klatchko, the California Supreme Court held, in a unanimous...more

BB&K Police Bulletin: Red Light Camera Warnings: Compliance with 30-Day Warning Period Not a Precondition to Enforcement

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

Overview: The California Supreme Court has ruled that the statutory provision requiring a city to make a public announcement and issue warnings instead of citations for 30 days after the installation of a red light camera...more

Government Relations Report: First Funnel Week Edition

by Davis Brown Law Firm on

This week marked the first major procedural deadline of the session, commonly referred to as the “funnel.” By March 8, House bills must have been voted out of a House committee and Senate bills must have been voted out of...more

Government Relations Report - Week 6 Wrap-up: Property Tax, Education Reform, Red Light Cameras, Water Issues and Home Rule

by Davis Brown Law Firm on

We have now completed six weeks of the 2013 Session of Iowa’s 85th General Assembly. The end of week five marked the first milestone: the deadline for individual bill requests. After February 15th individual legislators...more

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