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$38,750,000 Settlement – Class Action

An unprecedented $38.75 million settlement of a class action lawsuit against the City of Chicago was reached for violating its rules and the due process rights of motorists in issuing and collecting on notices for red light camera and speed camera violations. The settlement allows affected motorists to recover up to half of their original penalties, and requires that the City change its practices to comply with the requirements under its own municipal code, and do so going forward. Additionally, the City will deem the 1.5 million tickets at issue in the suit void, and restricts the City from further initiating collection actions, vehicle seizures, or otherwise enforcing the improper violation notices.

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