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An Eye on Recent Motorist Rights Court Cases, Part 2: oos Weekly E-Newsletter #530

Many motorist rights court cases have made news in the past three months. Last week, we presented the first part of this update that focused on federal court decisions, and a few from the US Supreme Court. This week, we are diving into key motorist-related cases in state supreme or appellate courts. Our hope is […]

The Real Police Overtime Scandals: oos Weekly E-Newsletter #507

Much has been written about the Massachusetts State Police Overtime Scandal. A number of officers have been arrested for federal counts of embezzlement for allegedly cutting hours or outright skipping overtime (OT) traffic enforcement shifts on the MA turnpike while getting paid in full. Forty-two members of Troop E have been implicated and the troop […]

On the Road to Ten: Canned Cameras: oos E-Newsletter #495

As we continue the march toward the publication of the 520th consecutive weekly issue of the oos e-newsletter later this year, we will on occasion highlight reader favorites over these past ten years. The first installment, oos E-Newsletter #486, focused on discussions of speed limits. Here we take on the second-most covered newsletter topic through […]

oos Lobbying in DC, Part 1 – Reeling in Traffic Enforcement: oos E-Newsletter #464

By Gary Biller, oos President  Enabled by contributors to our Spring 2017 Campaign, the oos is pursuing its 2017-18 National Legislative Agenda in Washington. More precisely the current focus is on two of the agenda items – eliminating federally funded ticket blitzes and restricting the bounds of civil asset forfeiture. Part 2 of this newsletter […]

How I Fought a $50 NYC Red-Light Camera Ticket from 1400 Miles Away (and made them earn it): oos E-Newsletter #453

By T.A. Beckett, oos Arkansas Member Editor’s Note: Mr. Beckett is not an attorney but his mother was a trial lawyer in the New York City area who also taught legal writing and courtroom practice at Hofstra University. He notes that from age 16 until the time he graduated college, he spent time watching her […]