Maine Revised Statutes

§2117. Use of traffic surveillance cameras restricted

The State or a municipality may not use a traffic surveillance camera to prove or enforce a violation of this Title. For purposes of this section, "traffic surveillance camera" means a device that, in conjunction with a lighted traffic-control device or a lane direction control device, as described in section 2057, subsections 1 and 3, or a speed measurement device as described in section 2075, subsection 4, automatically produces one or more photographs, one or more microphotographs, a videotape or any other recorded image of a vehicle at the time the vehicle is operated in violation of state law. [2009, c. 223, §1 (NEW).]

This section does not apply to a photo-monitoring system, as defined by Title 23, section 1980, subsection 2-A, paragraph B, subparagraph 4, used by the Maine Turnpike Authority for toll enforcement purposes. [2009, c. 223, §1 (NEW).]

(As enacted by PL 2009, c. 446, §1 is REALLOCATED TO TITLE 29-A, SECTION 2118)
SECTION HISTORY
RR 2009, c. 1, §18 (RAL). 2009, c. 223, §1 (NEW). 2009, c. 446, §1 (NEW).