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When most pay a speed camera ticket, they expect everything is done and the case is closed. But one Maryland woman found she couldn't re-register a car more than a month after paying her ticket and came to WTOP TicketBuster for help.
The District is rolling out a new stop sign camera program targeting violators near schools. A single camera was installed for testing.
In March, a Manassas man received a notice about an outstanding ticket and learned he was the victim of a human error.
A speed camera in College Park, Md., is so tricky, even police are calling its fairness and placement into question.
A Prince George's County Revenue Authority employee is charged with writing fraudulent tickets and now WTOP is learning more about why it happened and the employee's past legal problems.
With the WTOP Ticketbuster series chronicling stories of drivers running into red tape at the D.C. Department of Motor Vehicles, District lawmakers have introduced a bill to address the issues.
A Prince George's County parking ticket writer is facing criminal charges for allegedly falsifying more than $2,600 in citations.
D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson admits there are problems at the Department of Motor Vehicles with adjudicating tickets and plans to look into legislation to remedy the issue.
A single speed camera has generated more than $8 million in tickets since October, The Washington Post reports.
A system glitch in a pay-by-cell D.C. parking system left a Fairfax, Va., man the victim of an erroneous ticket, a WTOP TicketBuster investigation has found.