CINCINNATI - A complaint and motion for a temporary restraining order against Elmwood Place has been filed in the latest development with the village's controversial speed cameras.
The complaint was filed by attorney Mike Allen on behalf of 150 plaintiffs, according to his office staff.
The complaint argues that:
The case has been assigned to Judge Robert Ruehlman.
No court date has been set.
In another development, one female driver, handling her own defense before the village's appointed magistrate, was able to have her citation dismissed after she presented photographs showing there were no signs posted warning of a reduced speed school zone prior to Oct. 5 northbound on Vine Street.
The woman had been cited by one of the village's speed cameras prior to that date.
Whether that would invalidate other citations issued to individuals cited under those circumstances remains to be seen.
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