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Judge Right to Throw Out Red Light Cam Fines

Posted by Admin On February - 29 - 2016
Fioretti Calls on City to Heed Court’s Ruling, Give Refunds, End Program


The decision to overturn red-light camera tickets was the right one and as a long-time opponent of of the program I applaud the court and call on the city to take guidance, Bob Fioretti said Friday.

“The cameras are unfair to our residents and prey disproportionately on lower income people” said Fioretti, a candidate for State Senator from the Illinois 5th District. “The program is an obvious money grab and has been rife with corruption and plagued with unfairness from the start.”

The ruling by Cook County Circuit Judge Kathleen Kennedy said the city program violated the “fundamental principles of justice,” but the the city announced it does not plan to refund any of the millions in fines it has collected or to stop issuing the tickets.

Fioretti was invited to join the press conference being held by red light camera activist and WVON personality Marc Wallace, but is unable to attend.

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