Six more N.J. cities being sued over red-light cameras
Class-action litigation over New Jersey’s red-light cameras has expanded to six more cities and towns and could grow in the weeks ahead.
Marlton lawyer Joseph A. Osefchen has filed suits in Glassboro, Monroe Township, Newark, Edison, Stratford, and Woodbridge in the last 10 days contending that motorists were illegally fined for running red lights after municipal traffic officials failed to complete required inspections of the cameras and intersections.
Osefchen filed his first such lawsuit last month in Cherry Hill. (Osborne, The Philadelphia Inquirer)