MN To Refund $2.6M In Illegal Photo Tickets

gavel-slamMore bad news for the beleaguered automated ticketing industry, this time from the Great State of Minnesota.

$2.6 Million in Red Light Camera Tickets to be Refunded

Refunds proceed for illegally issued red light camera tickets in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

More than 14,000 recipients of red light camera citations in Minneapolis, Minnesota will soon receive a refund.

Here’s the story.

14 Responses to MN To Refund $2.6M In Illegal Photo Tickets

  1. Ed McCaffrey says:

    Absolutley sickening what RedFlex continues to get away with.. Get ready blind state politicians… You will be called out by name and have your sad faces plastered all over political ads… Coming soon to a democracy near you..

  2. Brent says:

    When is the next big protest event? Time to keep awareness brewing…

  3. Joe says:

    Any attorneys out there who are willing to file a class action suit against DPS and Redflex?

    We’re clearly being denied due process.

  4. Dan G says:

    I’m fighting a ticket that was sent to me without due process. Win or lose, I’m taking this to the ACLU. The state sees us as walking piggybanks. We’ll see how they like it when people see the state as a giant piggybank.

    Our rights are not mere inconveniences to be worked around. They are immutable and must remain so.

  5. Dan G says:

    BTW, where are the “just don’t speed” trolls???…..

  6. Joe says:

    “BTW, where are the “just don’t speed” trolls???…..:

    Today must be the Redflex company picnic.

  7. Joe says:

    “Win or lose, I’m taking this to the ACLU”

    ACLU hates to piss-off liberal allies such as Napolitano. They play politics like anyone else. Unless you are female, a minority, very poor and disabled, expect them to politely decline your case. They rarely defend middle-class people unless they are high-schoolers with a first ammendment case (like clothing or school newspaper stuff).

  8. Dan G says:

    Joe, you’re probably right, but the case being this: win or lose, I’m not done fighting these ##^#$&s! Plus, I can claim minority status, so maybe I’ll qualify??

  9. Joe says:

    If you can convince them of the denial of “due process” you might succeed. But it’s doubtful they’d go to bat against Napolitano or any of her policies.

  10. duece says:

    No where in the article does it say anything about redflex.

  11. Joe says:

    Duece, we already know a large chunk of the “just don’t speed” trolls are Redflex-employed. We were just wondering where they’d vanished to. Probably because a news reporter has been looking-in to why they spend so much “company time” writing profanity-laced diatribes on sites such as this one.

  12. Kay Dennison says:

    I live in Canton, OH and our mayor is attempting to push Redflex down our throats. I’m printing copies of all the info I can find to give my councilman. I think it violates our rights. I’m known as a slow driver and even I have gone through a yellow light rather than slam on the brakes.

  13. Law A. Bidingcitizen says:

    your mayor is wise !!! you should embrace his attempts
    to save lives in your fine city… then again one or two less buckeye fans is not so bad!!!!

    fight on!!!
    dont you guys have like and acorn for a mascot?

  14. After reading through the article, I feel that I need more information on the topic. Could you suggest some more resources please?

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