Supreme Court of Florida ruling on Red Light Cameras, pre July 1, 2010 ruling was released yesterday.
|Supreme Court of Florida|
|[June 12, 2014]|
|No. SC12-644||No. SC12-1471|
|RICHARD MASONE,||CITY OF ORLANDO, FLORIDA,|
|CITY OF AVENTURA,||MICHAEL UDOWYCHENKO, etc., et al.,|
"In these consolidated cases, we consider whether municipal ordinances imposing penalties for red light violations detected by devices using cameras were invalid because they were preempted by state law. At issue in these cases is the operation of ordinances prior to July 1, 2010, the effective date of the Mark Wandall Traffic Safety Act, ch. 2010-80, Laws of Fla., which authorized—subject to statutory requirements—the use of red light traffic infraction detectors by local governments and the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles..."