Hi I have made a case to be held in Court next month based on, amongst other things, that the term "speeding offence" is not and cannot be prescribed under my state's law in relation to non-photographic equipment as it only appears in relation to photographic equipment.
This is highlighted by the fact that the manufacturer of Lidar (LaserTech) is developing "photo-lidar" for more "hard court room evidence." This wording once appeared on LaserTech's website and has now changed. But the fact remains it appears that defendants in other areas have demanded better evidence and was wondering if anyone knew any actual cases to cite or provide links to.
After much research and comparison of legislation our written laws seems to provide for only evidence to expiate a speeding offence that is obtained by photographic equipment (does'nt good law require GOOD PHYSICAL EVIDENCE?) but in actual fact we've had over decade of fines issued to motorists using non photographic Ultraltye lidar 100.
My lacking is access to actual case law - whether local or otherwise - can you assist in pointing me or sending me case histories whereby PHYSICAL evidence is tantamount in these type of cases. I would like to include any on my List of Authoritieswhich cites cases to be used.
If so could I please have them by September 7th 2012. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org