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 Former roads minister Michael Daley stripped of li
Michael.W
 Posted: Oct 31 2017, 01:10 PM
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Former roads minister Michael Daley stripped of licence

Former NSW Roads Minister Michael Daley is fighting a court decision to strip him of his licence.

Mr Daley was clocked driving 78km/h in a 40km/h zone in Sydney's eastern distributor motorway on August 8.

He was caught speeding at 11.30pm after a late sitting of parliament.
The speed limit on the eastern distributor was changed to 40km/h for maintenance works.

Mr Daley paid the $880 fine in full and he accepted the loss of points.
The Roads and Maritime Services then told Mr Daley his licence would be cancelled for three months from November 14.

But from the time he appealed the cancellation was overturned and he is able to continue driving for the time being.


https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/former-roads-minister-michael-daley-stripped-of-licence/ar-AAufH2R?li=AA4Znz&ocid=spartandhp

Sook, Once again the laws they enforce on everyday people in society isn't good enough for the people who make the laws.

They make the laws based the do gooders with no thought basis.

This business of double whammy system needs to shut down. The cost in repercussions in much higher than the zero road death toll.

Don't get me wrong I'm all for road safety on making zero Death toll. However there methodology is flawed and based on revenue rather productive measures.

I can therefore assume that this minister not only new the roads laws but also flaunted it as well. Once you pay the fine you are accepting the plenty as per the law. If you decide to take it to court then you run the risk of the offence being listed against you as a record if the court rules against you.

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What is he crying about anybody else has to cop it
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 Posted: Nov 1 2017, 08:40 AM
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QUOTE (charka @ Nov 1 2017, 05:52 AM)
What is he crying about anybody else has to cop it


He doesn't agree with the punishment set by his own laws, it has come back to bite where it hurts the most, that's something that's not acceptable in his view, hence off to tell the magistrate its all wrong. The only issue is the magistrate won't be able to do diddly squat. because he has already admitted a guilty plea when he paid the fine.

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