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‘Speed Camera’ Law Upheld in Driver Challenge (access required)

Civil penalties imposed against Maryland drivers through use of “speed cameras” are upheld by the 4th Circuit; the use of first-class mail to provide notice to appellant drivers and the use of electronically signed affidavits as evidence at trial do not violate appellants’ due process rights. Appellants maintain the automated citations violated both procedural and substantive ...

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