• Toledo's enforcement scheme for enforcing traffic camera infractions violates Ohio Constitution Columbus, OH - The 1851 Center for Constitutional Law  submitted to the Ohio Supreme Court its brief in Walker v. City of Toledo asserting that the City of Toledo's method of fining drivers under its automated traffic camera violates the judicial article of the Ohio Constitution. Joining the 1851 Center on the Brief are 21 State Representatives and eight State Senators. The 1851 Center’s brief argues Section 4, Article I of the Ohio Constitution requires that Ohioans' rights and liabilities must be determined by elected judges unless the General Assembly has created statutory authority for something less than a judge. This means that the City is required to use