I don't think many are considering the advances in technology and blind acceptance that computer robo-cops that are totally amoral, inhuman, have no soul, and are not flawless or without error, can turn anyone in a criminal with no human involved in that criminalization, cost a person not only money, but potential imprisonment, lose of legal rights, eviction, lose of job and financial ruin.
Why stop at redlight and speeding cameras? Why not robo-cops in your cars? In chips in your body? From satellites in space and computers watching your internet and phone activities? Cameras and recorders everywhere, for which humans are replaced with computers as law enforcement and criminal justice? Computers becoming our masters and controllers, for which we are the herd managed, controlled and punished by machines.
Exactly NO ONE can drive a car without committing a dozen offenses a day. Stopping too close to an intersection. Stopping to close to another car. Parking too far from a curb. Following closer than 1 car length per 10 mph. Not staying perfectly in your lane 100% of the time. Making turns or changing lanes without your turn signal before you start to make the change. Driving below the minimum speed limit in rush hour. The list is almost endless.
Nor can few people go one day without committing a felony - which has often been proven. For which technology will rapidly allow robo-watching-computer-cops to basically turn everyone into a criminal.
The answer by government? To make it only a CIVIL offense if you are caught and prosecuted by a robo-cop, but a criminal offense if by a live cop. Why? Because robo-cops are ONLY about the government taking money from people, nothing else.
It is an absurd claim that someone's rear bump is 6 inches still in the intersection when a light goes red endangers anyone, but the cameras are set to only allow a 1/1000th of a second tolerance. Since cars navigation systems don't show the plat for every intersection nor do road crews lay concrete measured to the 1 millimeter, you don't even know technically where an intersection begins and ends. It is, literally, an impossible law to comply with 100% of the time.
But to me, the REAL issue is the very concept of computer robo-cops with no human involvement in the process whatsoever. Maybe others like the concept of computers being capable of declaring you are a criminal and filing and pursuing a case - criminal or civil against you. I'm totally opposed to it. I don't think computers should be able to automatically file any kind of legal case against anyone - ever.