Chicagoans can apply for their share of the $38.75 million that the City of Chicago will pay to settle claims that it failed to allow motorists to challenge tickets issued by red-light and speed cameras.
1.2 million people who paid fines - but didn't get a chance to contest the citations they received - could get a refund of half of what they paid the city.
Violations between March 23, 2010 and May 17, 2015 are eligible for the settlement... but only those who DID NOT PAY or contest the ticket and then were found guilty for failing to respond.
Drivers have until Dec. 11 to file a claim HERE. (Click here if you need to look up prior tickets)
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