A Raleigh police officer uses a radar gun to check vehicle speeds in this file photo. Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman is reviewing dozens of pending traffic citations after Raleigh police notified her of problems with the radar guns used to detect speed in those cases.
A Raleigh police officer uses a radar gun to check vehicle speeds in this file photo. Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman is reviewing dozens of pending traffic citations after Raleigh police notified her of problems with the radar guns used to detect speed in those cases. Robert Willett 2003 News & Observer file photo
A Raleigh police officer uses a radar gun to check vehicle speeds in this file photo. Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman is reviewing dozens of pending traffic citations after Raleigh police notified her of problems with the radar guns used to detect speed in those cases. Robert Willett 2003 News & Observer file photo

Wake DA reviewing traffic tickets after problems with speed guns

May 10, 2016 6:56 PM

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