New Miami voters hit brakes on request for additional police levy
New Miami voters hit brakes on request for additional police levy

For several years when speed cameras were rolling in New Miami, the village was flush with cash, and since the cameras stopped rolling, so did big revenues. But voters on Tuesday denied a new levy to shore up finances.

Ohio Town Dragging Out Speed Camera Ticket Refunds
Ohio Town Dragging Out Speed Camera Ticket Refunds

The village of New Miami, Ohio, has been fighting -– and losing -- a legal battle over its speed camera program since 2013. The state Court of Appeals and Supreme Court have already turned aside multiple procedural appeals.

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

New Miami -- again -- asks court to toss the speed case lawsuit
New Miami -- again -- asks court to toss the speed case lawsuit

New Miami is asking a judge to reconsider the constitutionality of its old speed camera program, or at least reduce its liability to $1.8 million instead of $3-plus million.

Ohio Supreme Court Upholds Anti-Speed Camera Ruling
Ohio Supreme Court Upholds Anti-Speed Camera Ruling

New Miami, Ohio loses last-ditch Supreme Court appeal to avoid paying back $3 million in illegally collected photo radar fines.