Friday, April 06, 2007

Photocop Dead

The Minnesota Supreme Court strikes down Minneapolis' photocop law; a bill to change the law dies in the MN House - thanks in large part to the efforts of a good friend and fellow church member, Howard Bass, who worked the case for the ACLU:
"It sends a very clear message to Minnesota cities they can't use cameras to enforce traffic laws," said Howard Bass, Kuhlman's attorney. "They can't enforce traffic laws in a way that violates due process. You can't presume guilt and place the burden of proving innocence on the owner."
Congratulations to Howard.

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