Ohio Bill Would Require Red Light Cameras To Show Drivers' Faces

Police Would Have To Identify Drivers Under New Law. The bill requires that such cameras show the face of the driver, and it is up to the police agency to prove that the driver caught on camera is actually the owner of the car. If the driver can show up at the hearing as laid out in the legislation and say, 'I wasn't driving the car,' well, it's on to us to identify the driver. So, if we can't identify the driver, the ticket's dismissed, says Columbus Police. Sunglasses, ball caps, flip down your visor -- It's kind of easy to try and get around those things.