Appellate court says Houston on hook for legal bills in battle over red light camera records

image: camera lensThe ten-year battle that led to the end of red light camera ticketing in Houston, Texas may finally be nearing an end. Wednesday was the deadline for the city to file a challenge to the February 28 Court of Appeals ruling that ordered the city to reimburse civil rights attorney Randall L. Kallinen for expenses he incurred fighting for release of documents related to the city’s now-defunct photo ticketing program.

“A trip to the Texas Supreme Court — the city lost — and two mayors later, the city is still using taxpayer money battling this case,” Kallinen told TheNewspaper in an email.

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