Chances are pretty high that if you drive through a red light at one of Palm Beach County’s 35 camera-enforced intersections, you won’t get a ticket.
Statistics show that of the more than 115,000 pictures of drivers taken last year by red-light cameras in West Palm Beach, Juno Beach, Boynton Beach and unincorporated parts of the county, about 70 percent were rejected. That means only about 30 percent of photos taken have turned into $158 citations, according to reports from June 2012 to June 2013.
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