Cox's legal opinion rekindled the debate over the growing number of red-light cameras, which are used in 22 states and 200-plus communities nationwide. They can't be installed in Michigan because state law only lets police cite motorists after personally seeing a violation, with an exception for cameras at railroad crossings, Cox said.I thought his tussle with big-dog trial attorney and Democrat loudmouth Jeffrey Feiger was odd and distasteful, but I love how Cox walks the conservative walk.
Friday, February 02, 2007
MI AG, Mike Cox, Rocks!
Michigan's attorney general, Mike Cox, has issued a ruling effectively banning automated red-light ticket cameras in MI.