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That Time I Turned a Routine Traffic Ticket into the Constitutional Trial of the Century

by  Adam J. MacLeod within Constitutional Law January 13th, 2017 —- For all those people who feel that photo enforcement tickets make a mockery out of legal due process but could not put that sentiment into words – here is … Continue reading

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Details of application and hearings for delay motion with charter 11b challenge – Draft

Sept 21 2016 – Draft – Kevin Yaworski Here is a fairly detailed account of what transpired after filing my application for delay motion, at the hearing for the application where it was accepted and then heard on Tue Sept … Continue reading

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