The main point of the recent articles by Scott Calvert and Luke Broadwater in The Sun is that the Baltimore program has errors. They state that after issuing 2.5 million tickets, their investigation identified about 6,000 citations issued in error. That's an error rate that is less than a quarter of one percent. Messrs. Calvert and Broadwater argue that "tickets routinely fail to hold up in court." Actually, the city has issued 1,604,328 speed camera violations between the program's inception and November 21, 2012. Of those, 19,689 were contested in court. That's less than 2 percent. Of those contested cases, district court judges found motorists not liable in 1,897 cases. That's one-tenth of one percent of all citations issued and hardly enough to merit the adverb "routinely." But such basic statistical analysis of the facts was completely absent from the stories.