But before ticket holders start celebrating, it's a bit more complicated when it comes to getting the money back.
Since this was a general district case, it's not a court of record, so no precedent was set.
Norfolk does not have to give people their money back, and it's still up to the judge's discretion on whether you win or lose in court based on your specific case.
According to the Norfolk General District Court clerk, since this is a traffic offense, anyone who took their red light camera ticket to court and lost can file a motion to rehear their case.
They have 60 days to do it after their conviction.
For those who just paid the ticket, you can contact Norfolk Police PhotoSafe program at 757-823-4441 and ask for your case to be reheard and that you want to contest your ticket in court.
If you have a red light ticket you haven't paid and are considering taking it to court, the short yellow light defense only applies if you were ticketed before February 4th at 6:30 p.m.
That is when the City of Norfolk, in response to our NewsChannel 3 investigation, changed their yellow lights back to the original time.
For information on which yellow lights were lowered, and if you might have a case, click here to get the City of Norfolk's official yellow light times for red light camera intersections.