Williams v. Redflex Traffic Sys., Inc., No. 08-5545 - Civil Rights Law - U.S. Sixth Circuit
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Williams v. Redflex Traffic Sys., Inc., No. 08-5545

In plaintiff's lawsuit against the city of Knoxville alleging that the city's procedures for citing and levying fines for red-light runners captured on cameras installed at intersections violates the state and federal constitution, district court's dismissal of plaintiff's claims is affirmed as the city's agreement to give her a hearing renders her challenges to the hearing's procedures unripe. 

Read Williams v. Redflex Traffic Sys., Inc., No. 08-5545

Appellate Information

Argued: June 10, 2009

Decided and Filed: October 2, 2009

Judges

Opinion by Circuit Judge Martin

Counsel

For Appellant:  Gerald L. Gulley, Jr., Gulley Oldham, PLLC, Knoxville, Tennessee

For Appellee:  Michael S. Kelley, Kennerly, Montgomery & Finley, PC Knoxville, Tennessee, Ronald Eugene Mills, City of Knoxville Law Department, Knoxville, Tennessee, Charles W. Swanson, Sheppeard, Swanson & Mynatt, PLC, Knoxville, Tennessee.