The Oklahoma Supreme Court is scheduled to hear a case against City of Dickson involving traffic fines.
Franklin House of Sulphur was cited for speeding and reckless driving back in March of 2005, which all added up to around $300 in fines.
But attorneys for House and other traffic violators say those fines don’t add up because Dickson’s city ordinances were outdated.
They say the guilty parties should only be fined $50 for each ticket.
Brent Bahner represents the city of Dickson and says the city did update their ordinances.
An appeals court ruled the city would have to pay back the excess, but that case was overturned.
No hearing date has been set.