YOUR reader G. Sullivan should appeal against the Worthing court decision enforcing ambiguous parking restrictions.
Back in November, 2006, you carried a front-page report of my success in this area, having submitted four pages of evidence, including the legal precedent against Reading Crown Court (BBC TV News January 20, 2006) when the National Arbitration Service found in favour of Matthew Burr, who successfully argued that the parking notice erected by the council was ambiguous.
In my case the usher took the photographic evidence into the court to show the magistrate before the hearing and the proceedings were immediately dismissed.
It’s about time the council found better ways to raise revenue, than constantly robbing Worthing motorists.
Its traffic wardens should all wear Dick Turpin masks!