Another blow to Missouri red light camera tickets

On Tuesday December 17, 2013, the Missouri Court of Appeals in the Eastern District struck down the City of Arnold’s red light camera ordinance as being unconstitutional and contrary to state law.

Arnold was the first Missouri city to pass an ordinance for red light cameras and had them installed by American Traffic Solutions in 2006. The ordinance presumes the car’s owner is behind the wheel and the fines run about $94.50 with no points on the owner’s driver’s license. American Traffic Solutions receives approximately one-third of the fines collected.

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