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Old 10-01-2012, 18:01   #7
SpoiledBySig
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Originally Posted by RocPO View Post
Typical of lawyers. I'd love to see where the law states that it's required to be on camera. If they weren't so terrified of stepping into courtrooms, the system would work better.

There is no Law (in Florida) that says you have to have a roadside sobriety tasks/tests video. But, if State Attorney's are hesitant in taking the case...then I guess it's time to give them what they want.


Are you looking more for in car cameras, or body worn? We use a panasonic system which works well for in car. I'll try to get the name of the cameras tonight for you.

Sure do appreciate the effort(s). If a body worn camera can have enough lighting for a night time roadside sobriety test...it would do fine I reckon'.




I was just looking at this one, wondering if the lighting/position/angle would be good enough.

http://www.chiefsupply.com/4161-Veho...ng-Camera.aspx
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