Oh, I don't doubt for a minute that the judges are in cahoots with you -- their salary also comes from the public trough.again , i have been going to court on this for 11 years, but if you want to test it for your self.
go through the intersection of montrose and cicero in the early morning. i'll pull you over and write that very ticket.
you request a court appearence, and we will both testify , in the court of law. and lets see who wins.
but if your not willing to take my advice , then its on you.
That's not what the LAW says, though -- the law says you can't enter the intersection after the light turns RED. It doesn't say that you can't enter the intersection after the light turns YELLOW. Forget about what happens in court -- when was the last time you read the actual statute?
That you are able to make tickets stick on a bullshhit call by a judge doesn't make you right -- it's just a gross misinterpretation of the codified rule o traffic law. But hey, whatever gets you to your quota -- which doesn't exist, of course.