The Illinois Supreme Court will decide whether a homeowners association has the right to issue speeding tickets to residents and guests within their subdivision.
The case involves a northern Illinois man who was pulled over and detained by a security officer hired by the neighborhood association.
The man was allegedly driving at 34 miles per hour through the neighborhood, where the speed limit is 25.
He says the association does not have the legal right to issue traffic tickets or to impose fines on homeowners.
An appeals court agreed with the man, but the homeowners association appealed to the Supreme Court.