Parking near a fire hydrant

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Radar Identified
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Unread post by Radar Identified on

Courts in Toronto really like photos, as long as they have the following:

- Photographer present in the courtroom for trial
- Photograph taken on date of offence (date/time stamp if digital)
- Originals available (if digital, on CD and in a "raw" format... like we discussed a few months ago)
- Photograph printed at a regular photoshop like Black's, Shopper's Drug Mart Photo Centre or an independent retailer
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i see a huge problem with any photo without a "date stamp" embedded on it. Whether it be for defence or prosecution. Photo can be taken prior to, can be taken months after.
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The date stamp can be set to any day you want on the camera.

( I found that out, when I noticed my camera resets to the date of manufacture each time I change the batteries )

Just a FYI.

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Unread post by PaulQ on

hwybear wrote: and a good prosecutor will have that photo tossed from the trial
Hmm, do they really put their sharpest prosecutors in traffic court?






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