Md. police get grant for high-tech traffic ticket system


By Tyeesha Dixon
The Baltimore Sun

HOWARD COUNTY, Md. — Unreadable handwritten tickets and a 25-minute traffic stop might soon be things of the past for Howard County residents.

The Howard County Police Department has received a grant of more than $48,000 from the state to begin purchasing equipment to issue electronic citations, commonly called e-citations.

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