Hearings on traffic violations have been suspended for the time being.
Cleveland's law department, meanwhile, is reviewing the court order. Representatives there have not yet returned Scene's request for comment.
UPDATE: Here's Maureen Harper, the mayor's chief of communications, on residents' next actions: "Citizens who have questions surrounding paying violations they received through the traffic camera enforcement program should consult their personal attorney."
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