Ten days after New Jersey suspended most operations of cameras that catch red-light runners, a putative class action has been filed against a municipality that uses them, seeking refunds of $1.48 million in fines.

The June 29 suit, in Camden County Superior Court, claims that Cherry Hill’s failure to follow state regulations led to yellow lights that were too short in duration, causing inaccurate data.

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