More reason to be glad I'm in Arizona
A Phoenix area Justice of the Peace just ruled speed camera tickets unconstitutional. He found a violation of Equal Protection, since (1) tickets issued by officers have variable fines depending upon how fast the driver was going, whereas camera issued tickets all have one fine ($181.50) and (2) officer-issued citations carry 3 points, whereas camera-issued ones carry none, all for the same offense.
Understand, I'm no lead foot. Been driving 40+ years and have gotten exactly one speeding citation. But the idea of the cameras is irritating. It's so blatantly an attempt to make money, and a good chunk of that goes to the private contractors who lease out the cameras and mail out the citations.