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Last week, a federal court dismissed a case against a municipality filed by a driver that her due process rights under the Fourteenth Amendment were violated when she received a parking ticket for leaving her vehicle on a secondary snow route. The driver claims she was not provided “fair and proper notice” of the parking restrictions because there were no signs posted in the Village indicating where parking was prohibited. In Lewis v. Village of Alsip, the court held that the driver’s claim that she was entitled to signage announcing the parking ordinance had no merit. First, the Court found… Continue Reading Federal Court Dismisses Due Process Claim Related to Fair Notice of Parking Restrictions