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by Edmond Geary

Is your car competent to testify in the courtroom?

The computers devices in cars made today retain a lot of data.  The “event date recorder,” known as the “EDR,” is a computer module that stores a lot of data about a vehicle’s driving.  It is compared to the “black box” carried by airliners.  They are planted in 85% of American vehicles today.  EDRs are…

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by Edmond Geary

Are Surveillance Cameras just for the revenue?

With all the traffic lights there are, who’s to say how many times people run red lights?  Since running red lights is a safety hazard, unattended cameras on poles have been installed: surveillance cameras.  When a car runs a red light, the camera takes a photo, and a copy of the photo along with a…

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by Edmond Geary

Constitutional Rights in Supreme Court: South Dakota v. Opperman

The Supreme Court of South Dakota ruled a violation of the 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, a police search when they conducted a routine inventory search of an automobile lawfully impounded by police for violations of municipal parking violations. After incurring two overtime parking citations in the same morning, a car was towed by…

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by Edmond Geary

Graduated Drivers license, a law that has apparently worked

Cause and effect are often too casually connected as connections claimed between them are less then sure in nature.  Given this cautionary proviso, the enactment of one recent law does seem to have achieved its intended success.   Graduated driver’s licenses appear to have lowered fatal accidents in Oklahoma. Oklahoma enacted the law in 1999, and…

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