If a driver notices a speed trap and flashes his lights to warn oncoming motorist has he broken the law himself? A Federal Court has made a decision on that question and the results just might surprise you.
While council members could have voted on the ordinance tonight, they chose to defer on a decision pending the outcome of a proposed amendment to the RedFlex contract which would ask the red light program company to pay for 40 percent of collections fees in exchange for 40 percent of base fines and late fees.
By the end of tonight's meeting of the council we should know one of two things. There will be more Redflex cameras in operation around Lafayette or there will be NO Redflex cameras operating around Lafayette.
In my house growing up we had rules that were set and adjudicated by the law of the land, my parents. A failure to follow these rules always resulted in what we used to call consequences. I think most people follow the rules and abide by them even if they don't agree with them
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