Traffic controls rip poor, violate travelers’ rights, Hirsch says

print An appeal from a criminal case out of Lawrence County, Tenn., challenges state government’s control of the public right-of-way by commercial regulation, a system that Jan. 1 began using license plate readers to verify whether motorists stopped under probable cause have insurance. The case State vs. Hirsch is being made by an articulate laborer and private businessman, Arthur Jay Hirsch, known in as “the Fiddleman of Lawrenceburg” for his playing of hymns among jail inmates and the elderly in nursing homes. By David Tulis / The Post & Email Mr. Hirsch, 65, a soft-spoken bachelor, is a self-trained defender of … Continue reading Traffic controls rip poor, violate travelers’ rights, Hirsch says