The Ohio Supreme Court has put a Cleveland traffic camera case on hold while the justices decide a motorist's challenge to Toledo's camera system.
A case that tests how cities can use automated cameras to catch and fine those who speed and run red lights went before the Ohio Supreme Court today.
Months after the Ohio House approved a ban on municipal traffic camera use, the Ohio Senate has yet to take action.
The city of Cleveland has reinstated its appeals process for drivers who challenge traffic camera tickets.
A Columbus motorist who challenged the city of Cleveland's appeals process for traffic camera tickets has won a jurisdictional issue.
Hamilton County judge Robert Ruehlman has ruled the village of Elmwood Place should wait to refund fines from speeding tickets issued through traffic cameras after its appeal is resolved.
The village of Elmwood Place has lost its bid to stop a judge from enforcing his ban on the use of traffic cameras to catch speeders while that order is appealed.
The Ohio House will soon open debate on a bill that would ban traffic enforcement cameras statewide.