The Missouri Supreme Court is considering whether to toss out tickets issued as a result of traffic cameras catching drivers speeding or driving through stoplights. The high court on Tuesday heard arguments Tuesday in three separate cases challenging traffic-camera ordinances in St. Louis and two cities in St. Charles and St. Louis counties.
The Missouri Supreme Court is considering whether to toss out tickets issued as a result of traffic cameras catching drivers speeding or driving through stoplights. The high court on Tuesday heard arguments Tuesday in three separate cases challenging traffic-camera ordinances in St. Louis and two cities in St. Charles and St. Louis counties. File photo by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
The Missouri Supreme Court is considering whether to toss out tickets issued as a result of traffic cameras catching drivers speeding or driving through stoplights. The high court on Tuesday heard arguments Tuesday in three separate cases challenging traffic-camera ordinances in St. Louis and two cities in St. Charles and St. Louis counties. File photo by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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