Stone and brickmason Donald Goldsborough got a ticket for running a red light in the left turn lane at the junction of U.S. Route 13 and Loockerman Street in Dover, Delaware, in 2010. Goldsborough paid the fine, but he thinks he should get his money back — along with the cash ponied up by every other driver ever popped at that spot. Why? The yellow light duration is too short for the road speed, he argues. It’s not about the money, says Goldsborough: he says the short light endangers every driver entering the intersection, and he wants the signal adjusted. The state Supreme Court has agreed to accept Goldsborough’s brief; the state has thirty days to respond. The Dover Post has the story here: (“Kent County contractor takes red light ticket to Delaware Supreme Court,” by Antonio Prado).