Red light camera tickets

lf you get "zapped" by an intersectional camera, the fine can be almost $500 plus points on your record causing serious increases in auto insurance and threats to your employment. We know all the angles of a solid camera ticket defense such as the photos do not qualify as a match to the photo on your driver's license, the camera wasn't working properly, you ran the light to avoid an accident, the settings for the duration of the yellow light were too short or you weren't the driver. We can demand proof that the red light camera device was working properly on the day the photo evidence was collected and the ticket issued. We can usually demonstrate that the device was not working correctly that day. If you think about it, why would you want to appear at the trial and have the judge and the officer look at you and make a comparison with the photos?