Judge won't put the brakes on New Miami speed camera case

The five-year-old New Miami speed camera case will proceed to a judgment for the estimated 33,000 speeders who say they are owed $3.2 million due to the unconstitutional program.

Judge Michael Oster announced today, after a two-hour hearing, that he was unswayed by recent decisions in other court jurisdictions and denied the village’s request that he reconsider a previous decision that found the program trampled speeders’ rights to due process.

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