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  • A small town in SC is writing traffic tickets that might be unconstitutional

    Brett Bursey, director of the South Carolina Progressive network, has joined a lawsuit against the small town of Turbeville for writing municipal traffic tickets he claims are unconstitutional. Bursey estimates Turbeville has been writing these tickets since 2003 and bringing in about $1 million a year.

A small town in SC is writing traffic tickets that might be unconstitutional

Brett Bursey, director of the South Carolina Progressive network, has joined a lawsuit against the small town of Turbeville for writing municipal traffic tickets he claims are unconstitutional. Bursey estimates Turbeville has been writing these tickets since 2003 and bringing in about $1 million a year.
Gerry Melendez / The State