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Virginia police officers can already use radar and lasers to spot speeders. But police officers still have to give out tickets the old-fashioned way: By catching the car and handing the driver a summons. That would change under legislation approved by the General Assembly allowing state and local police to set up speed cameras at highway work sites and school crossing zones.

Critics have characterized the bill as a scheme to let governments and their private-sector partners make money off of unsuspecting drivers.

Joe Morrissey, D-Richmond, denounced the idea on the Senate floor with such ferocity he felt compelled to assure colleagues he was not, in fact, running for statewide office. Motorists captured going more than 10 miles per hour over the speed limit would get a ticket in the mail. The proposal requires signs to be posted within 1, feet of any speed camera to warn drivers to slow down. The legislation requires the Department of Motor Vehicles to turn over address and vehicle registration data to any private camera company responsible for mailing tickets, but a law enforcement officer would have to sign off on each summons.

But in order for those challenges to be successful, the vehicle owner would have to tell authorities the name and address of the person who was driving. The Virginia Mercury is a new, nonpartisan, nonprofit news organization covering Virginia government and policy.

Submit a news tip. Virginia Mercury Virginia lawmakers approve bill allowing speed cameras near schools and highway work zones. Police officers still have to give out tickets the old-fashioned way: By catching the car and handing the driver a summons. Source: Pixabay.

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Virginia police officers can already use radar and lasers to spot speeders. But police officers still have to give out tickets the old-fashioned way: By catching the car and handing the driver a summons. That would change under legislation approved by the General Assembly allowing state and local police to set up speed cameras at highway work sites and school crossing zones. Critics have characterized the bill as a scheme to let governments and their private-sector partners make money off of unsuspecting drivers. Joe Morrissey, D-Richmond, denounced the idea on the Senate floor with such ferocity he felt compelled to assure colleagues he was not, in fact, running for statewide office.

Russell Weribone admitted the bizarre attack in November last year in a brief appearance in Adelaide Magistrates Court this morning. The court previously heard he used a fuel-soaked sock in his second attempt to torch the camera on the corner of Greenhill Road and Anzac Highway after a fire he had lit about three hours earlier had been quickly extinguished. Weribone also pleaded guilty to a separate offence of failing to truly answer police questions in relation to an incident in March last year.

Richard Keedwell, 71, says he was wrongly slapped with a fine for travelling at 35mph in a 30mph zone during a day out in Worcester in The retired engineer, of Yate, Gloucestershire , is adamant he was not over the speed limit — and even recruited an expert who told a court the speed camera may have been faulty or set off by a car in another lane, the BBC reports. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists?

Guy with an empty beer box on his head races to cover up speed camera

Gareth has been operating mobile speed enforcement units for seven years. There are plenty of things you 'know' about speed cameras and those mobile vans that appear at the side of roads or on overpasses - but how many of them are true? You probably think you can get away with speeding at up to 10 per cent over the limit, or that they'll only catch you on one side of the road. Gareth Thomas, a speed reduction officer for the last seven years, let NorthWalesLive inside his van to answer all the key questions and dispel some myths. He said: "The aim of cameras is to reduce the number of people killed or seriously injured on our roads. There are no laws about visibility, so there is nothing stopping an officer operating in the dark. But they don't often choose to do this, and maintain that being visible acts as a deterrent in its own right. Gareth, said: "Legally, we don't have to be visible.

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One notorious French YouTube prankster dressed up as a speed camera - and 'caught' unsuspecting motorists breaking the limit. In the hilarious video, Remi Gaillard flashes a tractor, a high-speed train, an aeroplane and a police car. Now scroll down to see the video. Bemused motorists slow down and stop after being caught by the giant human camera - but Mr Gaillard continues to flash away before they drive off. The comic ended up being arrested by police after flashing their car as it passed him at the roadside. As the police car is 'caught breaking the limit' by the human speed camera, the driver puts his vehicle into reverse and backs up as the trickster as he tries to flee.

Virginia lawmakers approve bill allowing speed cameras near schools and highway work zones

As of January [update] , his channel is the 26th most subscribed comedy channel on YouTube. Gaillard gained attention in the French media after performing a series of pranks, including an appearance disguised as a Lorient football player in the Coupe de France final match, during which he took part in the winners' celebrations and was greeted by then president of the French Republic , Jacques Chirac. He plays football and has posted videos showing his skills, including one with Brazilian footballer Ronaldo. Gaillard has appeared in several sport events, TV game shows and political rallies as well as the Banksy -produced documentary The Antics Roadshow. Gaillard's satirical motto is C'est en faisant n'importe quoi qu'on devient n'importe qui. The literal meaning is, "It is by doing whatever that we become whoever". The understood meaning is satirical because "n'importe quoi" implies doing something ridiculous and "n'importe qui" implies no one important.

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