More than 1,400 people won't have to pay for speeding violations captured on camera in Baltimore County after a paperwork issue with the camera vendor.
County officials say the tickets are no longer valid because the vendor did not file the appropriate paperwork on time. The paperwork deals with camera calibration.
Ellen Kobler, a spokeswoman for the county, said throwing out the $56,000 worth in tickets has nothing to do with accuracy.
About a dozen cameras were impacted by the issue, although the county has been reluctant to identify which cameras these were.
Anyone who paid their $40 ticket before the county caught the problem will be reimbursed.