You did not have to open a new question, so I closed that one as a duplicate and have simply reposted the follow up here:My understanding is a Municipal Judge in Toledo over turned a state law requiring that a police officer be present when the traffic violation occurs. How does a Municipal Judge from one Municipality rule over Dayton municipality
. The Court essentially leaves the municipalities to handle this issue on a municipality by municipality basis (although the court mostly focuses on administrative proceedings).
As for directly answering your follow up:
A court order in one municipality is not binding on another municipality - it is simply influential. If it was the county court that did this, then any municipality under that county would be bound by the order. However, because this is a municipal order, it has no binding effect on another municipality.
So even if it is held illicit in some municipalities, Dayton still has said cameras because no municipal court in Dayton or Montgomery County has ruled this to be unlawful.
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