Reverse Judgments

The class-action suit is seeking following court orders regarding declaring traffic citations for Speeding in excess of illegal speed limits void, and vacating the judgments of responsible against Massachusetts motorists for Speeding in excess of illegal and unenforceable posted speed limits signs:

  1. Declare that the Defendant Class members’ erection of posted speed limit signs in violation of G.L. c. 90, § 18, the “Procedures for Speed Zoning on State and Municipal Roads” (2005), and “The Massachusetts Amendments to the 2009 Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices,” § 10A-8 (January 2012) exceeds the authority granted to them by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is ultra vires and void, and therefore these posted speed signs are illegal and unenforceable, and the traffic citations for Speeding in excess of these speed limits are void;
  2. Declare that the Defendant Class members’ enforcement of posted speed limit signs in violation of G.L. c. 90, §17 exceeds the authority granted to them by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is ultra vires and void, and therefore that traffic citations for Speeding in excess of these illegal and unenforceable posted speed limits are void;
  3. Exercise its equitable powers, pursuant to Mass. R. Civ. P. 60(b), to vacate the judgments of responsible against the members of the Plaintiff Class for Speeding in excess of illegal and unenforceable posted speed limits;
  4. Exercise its equitable powers, pursuant to Mass. R. Civ. P. 60(b)(6), to vacate the judgments of responsible against the members of the Plaintiff Class for Speeding in excess of illegal and unenforceable posted speed limits.