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Fla. Trooper Detained Miami Cop at Gunpoint

October 29, 2011

A Florida Highway Patrol trooper chased down off-duty Miami Police Officer Fausto Lopez and detained him at gunpoint, after clocking him driving 120 mph in his cruiser.

TruSpeed S Laser Speed Detector

October 27, 2011
Laser Technology Inc.'s TruSpeed S is the third unit in the LTI 20/20 TruSpeed Series. With a lightweight new binocular-style design that is different from other units in the line, the TruSpeed S is compact, reliable, and affordable.

Man Arrested After Filming Himself Driving 140 MPH

February 14, 2011
Stanislav Vadimovich Bakanov was cited for reckless driving, fined more than $1,100, and his vehicle was impounded.

Vegas Officers Put On Leave After Arizona Joyride

February 2, 2011
Officers Brad Gallup and Jake Grunwald will remain on paid leave during the investigation. The officers were caught speeding in a marked patrol vehicle by a Mohave County Sheriff's deputy.

Dad Caught Speeding at 120MPH With Toddler

December 17, 2010
Deputies say Leonardo Diaz-Lua was clocked doing 120 mph while driving south on I-5 near Missions Street. Traffic Safety Team Deputy Ethan Griffith was on patrol in the area around noon Thursday when the racing occurred, according to the sheriff's office.

Cops Say Twin Cities Motorcyclist Hit 130 mph on I-94

October 11, 2010
An Oakdale man who fled the Wisconsin State Patrol reached 130 miles per hour on his motorcycle Sunday morning before losing control in a grassy area just off Interstate 94 near Menomonie, according to a patrol official.

Officers Can't Expect Communications Privacy, Maryland Judge Rules

October 2, 2010
Harford County judge Emory Pitt also dismissed wiretapping charges against Anthony Graber, who was stopped by off-duty state trooper Joseph Uhler while speeding on his motorcycle. Graber recorded the video and audio of the stop and posted it on YouTube.

Light Speed

September 7, 2010

The lightweight LaserAlly system has a maximum range of about 1,500 feet when shot through glass and about 6,000 feet when not shooting through a window or windshield.

Dash Cam Catches Ohio Teen's Airborne Car Obliterated By Pillar

August 24, 2010

An Ohio patrol cruiser's dash cam captured a frighteneing single-car crash by 19-year-old Brennan Eden who lost control of his car after weaving through traffic at speeds of 100mph, hit a guard rail and flipped into the concrete pilar of a bridge on Aug. 23. The vehicle broke into three pieces, yet Eden survived the crash.

LE Agencies Increasingly Using Unmarked Cars To Nab Speeders

August 11, 2010
To reduce speeding-related deaths, state and local agencies are using unmarked patrol cars, sports cars and "ghost" cruisers with obscure law enforcement markings that can only be seen close up.

Motorcyclist Faces Wiretap Charge for Videotaping Off-Duty Maryland Trooper

August 5, 2010
Following the issuance of a citation, Graber learned the Maryland attorney general's office would be filing wiretapping charges against him. In Maryland, it is a felony to record someone without them knowing.

LaserAlly LIDAR System

July 20, 2010
Digital Ally's new handheld LaserAlly LIDAR System for vehicle speed detection is small, lightweight, and well balanced. It was designed in partnership with DragonEye Technology. LaserAlly features the ability to pinpoint the speed and direction of a vehicle in single- or multi-lane traffic, without regard to traffic congestion.

Digital Ally Receives Initial Orders for LaserAlly LIDAR Speed Detection

July 6, 2010
Digital Ally Inc., which develops, manufactures, and markets advanced video surveillance products for law enforcement, homeland security, and commercial security applications, has received initial customer orders for its recently introduced LaserAlly LIDAR system for vehicle speed detection and has responded to numerous requests for "test and evaluation" units from law enforcement agencies.

Ohio Court Rules Officer's Estimate Good Enough for Speeding Conviction

June 3, 2010
The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled that a trained officer's "visual estimation" of a vehicle traveling over the posted limit is sufficient for a conviction.

Digital Ally Enters Law Enforcement Speed Detection Market

May 11, 2010
Digital Ally Inc., which develops, manufactures, and markets advanced video surveillance products for law enforcement, today announced the planned introduction of its new handheld LaserAlly LIDAR System for vehicle speed detection.

Ohio Motor Officer Gets Job Back After Speeding Incident

March 10, 2010
A Gahanna (Ohio) police officer will return to his department, which had fired him after he was clocked speeding at 149 mph on a motorcycle while off duty.

Be Careful Pulling Out

February 24, 2010

In this dash-cam video, an officer pulls over a speeder and advises him to "be careful pulling out," after writing him a ticket. He'll be surprised by what happens next, after returning to his patrol car.

Easy Readers

October 19, 2009

Can you accurately see and write down one license plate number per second while driving at up to 100 miles per hour, even with darkness or bright sun limiting your sight? Fortunately, there are automated systems that can do this for you.

History of America's First Traffic Ticket

August 31, 2009
Riding his Indian twin, Willis Seaman entered history when, in 1908, he became the first motorcycle cop to write a speeding citation.

Speeding Driver Was Rushing to Bid on eBay "Star Wars" Collectible

March 13, 2009
Just after 9 p.m., a State Patrol trooper patrolling Interstate 90 saw a speeding 2004 Volkswagen R32 passing other vehicles in the express lane in the Mount Baker Tunnel. As the Volkswagen came out of the tunnel, the trooper clocked it going 110 mph as it continued across the floating bridge. With the trooper behind him, the driver eventually pulled over on Mercer Island.
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