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The two potential new driver-plaintiffs were fighting their traffic tickets using the videotapes which captured the shorter yellow lights as they were passing through red lights

Earlier this year, judges from the city’s administration, dismissed the videotapes as evidence in cases introduced by new litigants, David Halberstam and KellyAnn Williams.
A lawsuit is filed against New York City for manipulating the duration of the red light camera to capture more motorists and issue more tickets.

AAA motor club New York spokesperson Robert Sinclair said that the red light cameras prevent the very dangerous, so called, T-Bone crashes, where you have the front of vehicle running into the side of another. The association is in favor of the concept of the red light cameras, but it has to be done to certain engineering criteria.

According to federal law, drivers must be given enough time to get through a yellow light; at least three seconds at the typical 30-mile-per-hour intersection.

AAA engineers of New York last October, engineers at AAA New York discovered that some city intersections with the cameras, the yellow lights were almost a half-second too fast.

Brian Hughes paid a $50 fine after a camera caught him running a light in Manhattan in 2010. Hughes is one of the plaintiffs in a class-action case, claim fraud against New York City and red light cameras of more than 150.

NYC-DOT in a statement said that no red light camera has been proven in this report to be wrongly timed or caused any violation being issued falsely.

Last June, the entire red camera light program was suspended by New Jersey. They found out that 63 of its 85 cameras were actually giving drivers very little time to make the yellow light, as required by state law.

In all over the United States, there are around 540 communities using red light cameras.

With the progress of this lawsuit, a message for city administration by the as many as 6 million ticketed New York drivers: not so fast.

If you have received a traffic ticket, please contact an experienced NYC traffic lawyer Protect right to drive legally.

Source: NY Daily News Com


Source: CBS News Com


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