Camera Fraud Article: Michael Kielsky continues the fight for motoristsí rights
Nobody knows more about the phototicketing court proceedings in Arizona from an attorney perspective than Michael Kielsky. He has been fighting this unfair scam day in and day out for two years.
A major online legal news source published an interview with Kielsky today and it’s a great read whether you’re a concerned citizen, legal entity or an Arizona state legislator. With the upcoming debate and important decision to be made on SB 1352, the Photo Radar Prohibition Bill, understanding the real life consequences of fraudulent photo tickets cannot be ignored.
Scottsdale, AZ: Traffic court judges may not be big fans of attorney Michael Kielsky, but his clients love him. Since Kielsky began fighting photo radar tickets in 2009, he has successfully squashed tickets for about 85 percent of his photo radar clients.
“Well, you don’t win these cases on the facts,” says Kielsky.
That may sound like a surprising statement, but when you understand the issues around photo radar, like Kielsky does, it all starts to make sense. “Not only is it unfair,” says Kielsky, “much of the time, the agencies and the courts that are enforcing these judgements are not adhering to the rules of law.”