BUFFALO, N.Y. — ​A class action lawsuit against the city of Buffalo aims to reimburse anyone fined under its controversial school speed zone program is expected in state Supreme County Thursday afternoon.

Attorneys with the law office of Kevin Stocker now represent more than 50 people who are demanding all tickets and revenue collected from the speed camera program be voided and returned.

In May, the city’s Common Council voted to end the program, something attorneys argue only confirms their argument that speed cameras were illegal and failed to comply with safety regulations.

Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown has defended the program despite opposition from both residents and city officials.

The cameras are set to come down on September 1.