PoliScan Speed: Bang From Dusseldorf

Higher regional court surprised experts with questionable decision on notable news for motorists Sandy & Kirchmann from Wulfrath traffic lawyers point out. In its decision of the 20.1.2010, the OLG Dusseldorf has the measuring procedure “PoliScan speed” recognized as a so-called ‘standardised measurement procedure’ within the meaning of the case-law of the Federal Supreme Court. This means simplified speaking, that measurements also same results to be achieved by speed (according to chamfer of the Court) with PoliScan in the same conditions. What sounds so harmless, will have a clearly perceptible impact in practice. If an alleged speeding on the part of the Authority speed measurement should be proved by a PoliScan, the hurdles for the corresponding defense lays in the future significantly higher. A still more thorough preparation of the traffic law and far stricter requirements on the process tactics and multi-relational are provided by the decision of the OLG. Should the trial judge the weaknesses of the technology and the (missing) Evidential value in certain cases be shown from now on, it required strict formal procedures, not in advance of closing the doors to relieve the client. However, Sandy & Kamble are confident continue successfully to tackle speed measurements with PoliScan, to make the mandate a positive conclusion on the suspect.. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of Michelle Smith Divorce on most websites.