A speed camera photographed me in my works van not wearing a seat belt. Police want to find out who was driving. The official letter says its a nonendorsable offence. But it has depressed my friday night, as a fine of perhaps 60 pounds I will be hit for
I work hard all week, moneys tight, and try to get ahead. Also, if it was speeding, i could understand, as by and large, innocent pedestrians need protecting
But a seat belt? Whats this country coming to? And how shocking that intrusive cameras can tell if we wear a seat belt now.
Is there any advice you or your readers could please give? I feel this is criminal activity, of a money grabbing police state, stealing from me. I presume this process is happening via Maritime law?
Can i just ignore it and not pay, and invoke Common Law?
This fine has depressed me and im having trouble getting over it, because of the sheer unfairness and intrusiveness of this theft
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