queequeg wrote:Won't stand up in court. Driver spoken to, but we can't issue a fine because he didn't hit you"
Come back when you're dead and we'll fine him.
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Thoglette wrote:I note with interest a reference to(See here reporting on a "far right" club organiser )ABC online wrote:...a Victorian conviction and $2000 fine for knowingly engaging in conduct with the intention of inciting serious contempt for or revulsion of a class of people.
BV should be onto that.
ironhanglider wrote:Second door on the left, 1 cross each.
AUbicycles wrote:The response that the video footage ‘wont stand up in court’ is wrong.
This is something I have previously shared and was told by a duty officer that only police recorded footage is submissible. Also a snide comment “I don’t know why you even ride on the streets”.
I wrote a letter (not email) to the area commander whether he could confirm this was true and got a response that it was incorrect - of course footage can be used.
London Boy wrote:The evidence act, which is pretty uniform across the states. A video recording is admissible as evidence of what it shows.
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