Riverdale Park Asks Court to Toss Speed Camera Lawsuit
The lawsuit contends the speed cameras did not comply with state law, according to a Gazette story.
Riverdale Park filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by three Maryland drivers who claimed they were issued tickets by speed cameras that did not comply with state law, according to a story from The Gazette.
According to the $5 million lawsuit, a driver was given a ticket that had a forged signature of Riverdale Park Police Cpl. Clay Alford, the Gazette story said.
The city contends the speed cameras were operating in full compliance with the law.