“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
The Judge in the New Miami speed camera case has ordered New Miami to refund to motorists all fines paid under the unconstitutional speed camera ordinance. A copy of the decision is available here: http://engelandmartin.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/new-miami-Oster-Decision.pdf More details to come.
Engel and Martin, LLC, along with other attorneys representing motorists suing New Miami for its speed cameras have filed a motion in Butler County Common Plea Court to garnish proceeds the village is collecting from a new speed camera program.
The Dayton Daily News reports that the Village of New Miami will be asking the Ohio Supreme Court to review the ruling in favor of motorists by the Twelfth District Court of Appeals. Denise Callahan writes, “The Village of
“The good news for the motorists is that the judge already issued a ruling that the ordinance was unconstitutional,” attorney Josh Engel said. “We can proceed in the case as a class action and we can attempt to recover the money