Class action challenges legality of more than 2 million Chicago red light camera tickets

Despite a major settlement earlier this year, the city of Chicago is facing further legal action over the validity of its red light camera program.

Four named plaintiffs filed an unjust enrichment complaint Sept. 17 in Cook County Circuit Court, saying the citations issued under the red light camera program don’t comply with state law or city code. They want the court to prevent the city from issuing further citations stemming from camera use and recover all fines and penalties issued through more than 2 million violation notices in the preceding five years.

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