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Bill wouldn't let officers eyeball drivers' speed | The Columbus Di...

There are 7 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Jun 10, 2010, titled Bill wouldn't let officers eyeball drivers' speed | The Columbus Di.... In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

A week after the Ohio Supreme Court allowed police to ticket speeders based on visual evidence alone, three lawmakers announced bills that would prevent the practice.

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Bill

Columbus, OH

#1 Jun 10, 2010
This is a very interesting turn of event, for as much as I have used visual verification to find any state, city or federal worker working I have not been able to do so.so can the public now fine them also.
ImTheScientist

Lancaster, OH

#2 Jun 10, 2010
Yeah, this doesn't wreak of being shady. Go fight real crime you cowards..........
hey now

Galloway, OH

#3 Jun 10, 2010
Bill wrote:
This is a very interesting turn of event, for as much as I have used visual verification to find any state, city or federal worker working I have not been able to do so.so can the public now fine them also.
Jesus, where did you get your education? I hope to God you are a slow adult; simple, harmless and already neutered. Otherwise your butchering of syntax goes a long way to discredit you and the point you are failing to make.

Cops aren't superheros who can eyeball speeders. If you pull me over, you better have proof, or I will make sure your next beat it as a mall cop!
Danno From Powell

Pleasantville, OH

#4 Jun 10, 2010
Now let's see the state legislature outlaw red light and speed cameras.

I'm sure Mike Coleman will call someone a nasty cuss word for messing up his plans.
Firey Buddha

Columbus, OH

#6 Jun 11, 2010
GOOD! What a stupid ruling by our Justices. Are they smokin' somethin' in between sessions? They should have known this ruling would lead to more legal snafus than they could shake a robe at. Boobs...
Senator1218

Marysville, OH

#8 Jun 11, 2010
"More legal snafus???"
Good God, this HAS BEEN the law for eeeons!
If this "play to public for votes" Bill passes, the idiot drivers racing thru neighborhoods will get away with it UNLESS the officer had either radar or laser gun on the speeder. How stupid would that be?
The same individuals who are screaming over this case will be the same individuals who are screaming when the idiot drivers turn their streets into raceways.
1Adam12Roger

Lugoff, SC

#9 Jun 11, 2010
"The ruling brought a tide of complaints from Ohioans, who said it could lead to arbitrary or discriminatory enforcement of speeding and other laws."

Enforcement is already arbitrary.

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