Okay, here is an updated Red Light Camera Ticket letter that is to be used by TEXANS ONLY for any such “citation” issued by a municipality therein. Be aware that they might very well go ahead and find against you on the “citation” anyway, but, THAT will be their undoing if you pursue a lawsuit for them having done so. There is also a video of one of the Texas Legislators asking this very fact question of the three-person panel asking them not to pass legislation to do away with the cameras.
It should come as no surprise that this panel was comprised almost entirely of high-ranking law enforcement agency personnel.
Read and ENJOY!!
05.03D2 EC – LTR – (TEXAS ONLY) Special Appearance Letter Red Light or Speeding Camera
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[…] ATTN:Eddie Craig has christened his very own WordPress.com blog page as he transitions to his own hosting of ToaOfLaw.com, consistent with his stated goals proposed in phases originally spelled out at logosradionetwork.com/tao. Eddie Craig, much less myself, seem to be actually connecting with some folks in cyberspace and generating some advocacy for fundamentally protected rights or some sort of noticeable public buzz with these type of internet postings(Cha, who’d of thunk?!?). Eddie’s newest blog can be accessed at https://taooflaw.wordpress.com. The reason this post has had this information pre-pended to it is because the prescribed written response to camera enforcement “citations” has been further refined, at least for those domiciled in Texas. If you, or any other Texan you may know has been mailed a camera-enforced citation, you owe it to the rest of us Texans to read and understand Eddie’s newest revision of the red light (s)camera response letter! […]
This is from 2015. I know the legislature changes laws every 2 years so I wanted to be sure the information is still accurate for 2018 since I heard there had been changes…. Thank you.
It is still accurate, and would be even if they HAD enacted any so-called changes to the statutes because such citations and methods are STILL completely unconstitutional as being completely outlawed as a Bill of Pains and Penalties in the eyes of the state and federal constitutions.
Gathering all I can, and spreading the word