Rick Short from Cherry Hill has never received a ticket from a red light camera, but his friends have. Rich has decided to fight back against the red light cameras, armed with nothing but his laptop, and the data provided by the DOT’s website.
A $4.2 million red light camera settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit brought on by drivers who feel they were wrongly ticketed by red light cameras. An Assemblyman who has been the most vocal opponent of the red light cameras thinks the deal is a joke and he’s calling on a judge to throw it out.
An agreement to partially refund some New Jersey drivers for fines they paid as a result of the red light camera program is on hold until a final 'approval of settlement' hearing that is scheduled for September 12th.
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