Drivers of leased vehicles will have to wait a bit longer to find out if the City of Cleveland will have to reimburse them a collective $10 million dollars over red light traffic camera tickets. The 6th Circuit issued a recent decision in the McCarthy case which upheld the law under Constitutional provisions prohibiting unjust takings (U.S. Const. amend V; Ohio Const. Art. I, § 19), but remanded the case to the district court for a determination of whether the City was unjustly enriched by collecting $100 fines from lessees under a law that purportedly only covered vehicle owners. Click here to read an article from Cleveland.com about the court's decision.