If you’ve received a red light camera ticket in Florida in the past few years, you may be aware of a ruling against the city of Hollywood that deemed their red light camera program unconstitutional.
The building wave of momentum against Florida’s red light cameras may have reached its crest last week when the Florida Supreme Court finally pointed its gavel at the controversial traffic ticket devices – even if it wasn’t exactly how detractors of the cameras might have dreamed. Depending upon how the court rules you could be in line for a refund if you received and paid for a red light traffic ticket before 2010.
The latest effort to eliminate red light cameras across Florida has again gained fanfare from frustrated drivers (and media) anxious to get rid of the pesky contraptions. But does the latest bill stand a better chance of passing than three previous attempts?