Fla. City Wins Reversal Of Ruling Against Red-Light Cameras

By Nathan Hale (June 24, 2020, 10:06 PM EDT) -- A Florida appeals court ruled Wednesday that variations in municipalities' instructions to vendors on sorting images from red-light cameras do not violate the state's intent for uniform traffic laws, reversing a lower court's finding that these guidelines are akin to ordinances.

The ruling from the Third District Court of Appeals, which comes in a dispute between motorist Lee Klein and the city of Aventura in Miami-Dade County, marks the latest chapter in long-running litigation over a 2010 state law that permitted the use of red-light cameras to enforce traffic laws in the Sunshine State.

Like previous rulings, the outcome applies to...

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