When it comes to cameras and other unmanned technologies that are designed to keep you in line while on the roads, well, needless to say, getting a ticket in the mail isn’t necessarily something that you would welcome. In fact, we’d think that more people than not would probably get pretty frustrated after they opened up a ticket for some sort of speeding violation or red light violation, however, as it turns out, you might as well add this to the list of things that are assured in life right alongside of death and taxes at this point in time. It’s kind of a damper and many would argue that it’s not even constitutional but it’s something that’s being carried out to this day as we speak.
While it’s an issue that seems to be tough to fight as most judges won’t budge on it, one man seems to have found a way around paying up in court for a speeding camera ticket. By breaking down exactly what the camera is capturing and how it might not be calibrated properly, out comes the plan designed to stop these kinds of cameras in their tracks. At the end of the day, these types of devices are hard to completely trust because you really never know if someone’s on the other end manipulating them to bring in more money or not so it’s really a tough pill to swallow, especially if you get nailed multiple times by the same camera like this man did.
If you follow along down in the video below, you get the full scoop on exactly what this individual decided to do in the courtroom to prove his innocence and go on to be able to live free of speeding tickets, at least those issued by an inanimate object. When you get the full scoop on the story, be sure to tell us what you think of these kinds of devices. Are they good for proving the overall safety in our world or are they just a revenue-generating cash grab, trying to scoop more money into the pockets of local government? Perhaps there is some sort of in between but we will leave you to be the judge of that.
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