Joe Conlon


Red light cameras are a hotly debated issue in Missouri. Many supporters argue that red light cameras reduce accidents and save lives.1 Those opposed claim the cameras do more harm than good.2 This Summary provides a brief background on red light cameras and their early use in Missouri. This Summary then discusses the recent development in red light camera laws, including the string of recent Missouri court cases dealing with the issue, as well as proposed state legislation. Finally, this Summary discusses possible legal arguments one can present in court in the event that he or she is accused of a violation.

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