Ticketed by a camera
Once again The Post has by its own admission subjugated the Constitution to “common sense” [“Red-light cameras: Q.E.D.,” editorial, Feb. 6].
Citing a self-serving insurance lobby study, the paper deemed the right to confront one’s accuser less important than feeding the District’s coffers. Moreover, the editorial raised the question: If committing a traffic infraction in the presence of a police officer is punishable by fines and points, why are no points assessed for the same infraction witnessed by only a camera?
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