Red light camera tickets could become a thing of the past in Missouri. That's because of a state appeals court ruling Tuesday of this week.
The Eastern District court in St. Louis overturned it's own precedent when it found Ellisville's red light camera ordinance was in conflict with state law because the tickets are issued to the vehicle owner and not the driver.
Two years ago the court had upheld a similar Creve Coeur law, but now says that ruling is "no longer good law."
The Arizona-based company that operates the cameras in Ellisville and several other municipalities says it will appeal to the Missouri Supreme Court.