if an amber traffic light must be over 3 sec. long and the light is only 2 sec. long at 6 lane intersection, should the city refund the money they received for issued tickets?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Unless you can show that it was impossible to use the traffic signal for the purposes for which it was designed, and there's some state rule that says "three seconds", then the answer is probably no.
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