Numerous cities across the United States have installed red-light cameras, which automatically photograph vehicles that run red lights. Despite the popularity of red light cameras, many critics have argued that they do not increase traffic safety and are primarily in place to make money for city governments. If you have received a traffic ticket because of a red light camera, an experienced lawyer in Columbus may be able to have your case dismissed.
In 2014, Ohio passed a new law sharply regulating how cities can use red-light cameras. In this video, Senator Bill Seitz explains the origins of the law and how it will affect the future use of red-light cameras in Ohio.