KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The American Civil Liberties Union announced Friday that it has settled a lawsuit with a Kansas City suburb after the town agreed to stop ticketing drivers who flash their headlights at oncoming traffic to warn that a speed trap lies ahead.
It was 1:30am on Sunday morning. While driving home from a friend's house in North Jersey, a cop pulled me over. I knew I was driving the speed limit, and I was stone cold sober, so I was confused as to why this officer felt the need to stop me.
A Voorhees township police officer got himself in hot water after using the state's motor vehicle data base to look up personal information about a female motorist which he later used to reach out to her on Facebook.