Am I the only one that is a little concerned with the new system for disputing parking tickets? I know that parking is at the bottom of the legal pyramid, but the idea of charging people money simply for the privilege of pleading not guilty scares me a little.
Is this the fine edge of the wedge?
Will this yet another form of cookie cutter justice?
Are there any other traffic-related laws that this could be applied to in the near future?
It's a bylaw reg, so could this principal also be applied to noise bylaws?
IMHO if a law is not worth the cost of a proper court of law, it’s not worth enforcing. Law enforcement should not be a profitable undertaking for society because that leads to a reliance on crime by that society. (Insert standard ICBC rant here)