Posted: Nov 7, 2012 11:11 AM by Tania Shofron
MESA - A city traffic court in Phoenix's East Valley may soon televise hearings of people trying to wiggle out of traffic citations.
Mesa city councilors are considering the proposal that would also include segments to help educate people how to properly act in a court setting.
Officials say some offenders appear in court in revealing outfits or with inappropriate messages on their clothing.
However, city court administrator Paul Thomas says there are no plans to impose a detailed dress code, but hopes the program could help teach people how to behave better.
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