Bellevue police begin enforcing handheld cell phone ban starting June 10

Bellevue police will begin ticketing drivers who they see using hand held cell phones while driving beginning June 10. Drivers they catch using a hand held devices will be fined $124 reports The Bellevue Reporter.

The State Legislature revised Washington State vehicle code RCW 46.61.667 which states that a person who drives while holding a wireless communication device to his or her ear is guilty of a traffic offense. When the law was enacted in July of 2008, officers could only ticket cell phone users if they had committed a different traffic offense.

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