What I want to know is if the video doesn't show the evidence of my offence, will the court take just the officer's word that I ran the light against mine?joepoonie wrote: ↑The police officer could easily have been wearing sunglasses and probably was. You're suggesting that he was not in the best position, but that may not be. I can tell you that you could still easily be convicted even with the video. Video cameras amplify the sunlight - if someone has sunglasses on, they'd most likely be able to see the light.
This is my first ever moving violation and I am not sure whether the burden of proof is on the prosecution.
Much appreciate your kind assistance.