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Maryland Delegate Tiffany Alston '02 Considers Eliminating Judges for Photo Tickets

Thursday, March 8, 2012   (1 Comments)
Posted by: Max Rodriguez
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Maryland Delegate Tiffany T. Alston (D-Prince George's), '02, introduced a new bill in the Maryland House of Delegates that would eliminate judges deciding photo ticketing cases. If the pilot program is passed, a lawyer would be selected to service as "master" to decide the guilt or innocence of those accused by a red light camera or speed camera. This master would be paid directly from the revenue collected from finding ticket recipients guilty.

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Deborah C. Anderson (Anderson) says...
Posted Thursday, March 8, 2012
A disgraceful idea. We need an independent judiciary, not somebody dependent on finding people guilty in order to get paid. Just disgusting.

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