CINCINNATI - Drivers angry over robo-tickets will finally get their day to argue their case in court.
Outrage has sparked in the village of Elmwood Place after thousands began receiving speeding tickets from robotic cameras. The ticket uproar has also prompted Elmwood Place councilman Jerald Robertson to call for Mayor Stephanie Morgan to step down.
Administrative hearings began Saturday morning for those who want to dispute the tickets.
Motorists have complained about the $105 speeding tickets, saying they've received them while barely going over the speed limit. In some cases, drivers reported getting speeding tickets while only going one mile over the speed limit.
Anyone still found liable of the ticket will be charged a $25 administrative hearing fee in addition to the ticket citation.
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