Another successful delay motion with charter 11b challenge for simple traffic matter – R v. Prescott

December 7, 2016 – Kevin Yaworski – WiseUpWinnipeg

This time with a 17 month delay.

Great work Mrs Prescott.

Several good points in Judge Harvie‘s decision. The only points that are not correct is she assumes the large volume and huge upward trend in traffic tickets in Winnipeg is a community issue.

There is overwhelming evidence that it is the aggressive targeting of the average safe driver in known and often created traffic engineering deficient locations that is the issue. It proven when these corrected the violations, accidents and injuries are drastically reduced. Senior officials at ACS, TSS, CoW and MB know this but are choosing apparent revenue before true public safety. This very short sighted and should be grounds for termination without severance for all involved and formal investigation of criminal behavior.

Do read the full decision:

R. vs. Prescott MBPC 2016 12 07

To see comments:

https://facebook.com/groups/157907491221?view=permalink&id=10153881127846222

 

Related:

Associate Chief Justice Krahn decides in favor of self represented accused in delay motion for unreasonable delay (Charter 11b)

Update on R v. Grant Appeal regarding unreasonable delay with Charter 11b challenge for simple traffic matter.

 

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One Response to Another successful delay motion with charter 11b challenge for simple traffic matter – R v. Prescott

  1. Pingback: ​Update on R v. Grant Appeal regarding unreasonable delay with Charter 11b challenge for simple traffic matter. | Whats Up

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