The 12th District Court of Appeals has, again, rejected an effort by the Village of New Miami to appeal a decision that its speed camera scheme was unconstitutional. The Journal-News said: “The 12th District Court of Appeals basically said
The village of New Miami continues to fight to avoid having to repay motorists fined under its unconstitutional speed camera scheme. And motorists who expect refunds are getting fed up. The News Journal reports that the Village has filed
The New Miami Speed Camera case is winding towards a resolution. News reports suggests that interest on the unconstitutional fines has been calculated at $355,613, so the total amount owed to motorists now is $3.4 million. Joshua Engel has
Josh Engel, spoke to Fox News about the New Miami Speed Camera case: “Judge Oster upheld a basic constitutional principal that municipalities have to provide due process to people, and if they don’t do that, they have to refund
“The judge’s decision seems to very explicitly suggest that everything that people paid under the ordinance needs to be paid back,” Josh Engel, one of the plaintiffs’ attorneys, said. “We are very pleased that all of the motorists are
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