That Time I Turned a Routine Traffic Ticket into the Constitutional Trial of the Century
Laws that give municipal officials and their private contractors power to issue tickets via traffic cameras confer powers of both criminal and civil law while excusing them from the due process duties of both criminal and civil law.
A story about a law professor who challenged his ticket for a traffic violation on the grounds of the constitution. By doing so, he shows big flaws in the criminal and civil justice system and the processes around it.

→ January 14, 2017 4:22 PM

Jason Friedrich

Just another left-handed, binge-watching tech geek who enjoys drinking coffee, playing video games and writing on the Internet.