- The Infringements Court has not been setup lawfully.
- Apart from the bevy of staff, and their lawful appointments, in a court there is supposed to be a prosecutor, a defendant where your case is to be presented before a judge / magistrate.
- You are also supposed to have the right to a ‘fair and impartial’ hearing, where you can cross examine evidence, etc and once a verdict has occurred you have the right to appeal it.
The Victoria government guarantees very 'person' the due process of law, something which did not occur within the 'Infringement's Court' (previously the Perin Court).
After all, we're for Victoria.
The Herald Sun, Hume Leader and news.com.au have been invited to attend.