...my refusal to wear a helmet is informed
Hello Sue,You probably know about this. A recent case from South Australia:http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/sa/SASC/2012/79.htmlThe two appellants managed to have no conviction recorded but the finding of guilt remained alas.
Really interesting, thanks, Edward!
How bizarre. The court's main concern seemed to be to determine that there can be no exception to the victims of crime levy. What a waste of public resources. We really do live in Kafka's castle.
"Yes we have no convictions,We have no convictions today!We have public resources,Taxpayers and taxes,And all sorts of rules, and say,We have an old fashioned crime levyOur own island proviso, But yes we have no convictionsWe have no convictions today!"(with millions of apologies to Frank Silver & Irving Cohn!! xx)
c) Sept 2010 Letter to NSW Minister for Roads
d) Submission to Parliamentary Inquiry into Vulnerable Road Users 2010