Jmuzz wrote:Private video is always dodgy since it is quite easy to fight in court and it gets very expensive for prosecution to prove it is valid.
As opposed to a non 'calibrated' witness? Really if our authorities cared about this they could ready issue infringements. And provide video stills as part of the infringement notice as we do with speed cameras.
If people choose to challenge their infringements then that is another thing entirely. But lets stop accepting policing excuses because the reality is they do issue infringements and charges regularly with far less tangible evidence.