It's difficult to talk about red-light cameras without bringing up the issue of their constitutionality. Those who are opposed to red-light cameras argue that they violated a person's constitutional rights and even violate the privacy of citizens. Whether you agree with this argument or not, it's difficult to ignore the other side of the discussion: red-light cameras can save lives.
A few weeks ago, our blog started discussing how the Internal Revenue Service typically views the majority of tax return oversights as being the product of careless errors -- provided no signs of willful evasion are present.
Last week, our blog discussed how the experience of being questioned by law enforcement officials in connection with a criminal offense can prove to be incredibly intimidating for juveniles, many of whom are frightened, alone and unable to comprehend the gravity of the situation.