Re: Good Morning Gentelmen.... NSW Radar Handbook
Who is to judge what is a piece of road on which a speed camera would "engender legitimate adverse critism"
For our purposes, I would presume that a police handbook is not binding.
It may be persuasive when a judge is interpreting the legislation in relation to the offence of speeding. However, what argument can you produce from that piece of evidence anyway?
The police could produce a shitload of statistics noting how many people have been caught speeding in the area over the past x amount of months, exceeding the speed limit by an average speed which could be seen as reasonably dangerous and therefore "saving lives" and not making revenue.
Difficult to get a ruling on that basis i think. Still doesn't alter the fact that you were travelling over the speed limit, regardless of the police practice?