Advice about California Red Light Camera Tickets – excerpt

“Traffic rules account for most of the contact by average citizens with law enforcement and the courts.  Enforcement of laws which are widely perceived as unreasonable and unfair generates disrespect and even contempt toward those who make and enforce those laws.”
The Appellate Department, in People vs. Goulet

The 2012 legislation season is almost over in Sacramento and there is a terrible bill which needs to be stopped!  On Aug. 28, SB 1303 reached Governor Brown’s desk for his signature, or veto, so NOW is the time to ask him to veto the bill – and to thank him for his veto of last year’s version of this bill.  He is at (916) 445-2841.  Or you can email him, via the Contact form on his website
Then come back here!
(Detailed info about SB 1303 is the top of the Action/Legis page.) See below*(e)
A May 29 amendment – prompted by the fact that earlier in May two red light camera cases reached the California Supreme Court – will block a defendant’s hearsay objections.

*(e) The printed representation of computer-generated information, video, or photographic images stored by an automated traffic enforcement system does not constitute an out-of-court hearsay statement by a declarant under Division 10 (commencing with Section 1200) of the Evidence Code.”


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