"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.
Friday, April 06, 2007
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: