3 reasons speed camera fight isn’t over


3 reasons speed camera fight isn’t over

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New Miami’s former speed program was deemed unconstitutional in 2014, when a Butler County judge banned its use and granted the case class-action status, meaning thousands of other motorists who had been cited could join a lawsuit and seek a legal remedy. GREG LYNCH / STAFF

The village of New Miami is on the hook to repay $3 million in speeding tickets collected by a system later deemed unconstitutional.

But the decision won’t put the brakes on a court case that questions if such systems violate drivers’ rights to due process.

Here are three reasons the case will continue:

Similarly, the return of red light cameras to busy intersections is anything but certain.

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