Deets noticed the front end of another vehicle, a white truck, partially obscuring the back of his vehicle in the photo -- where Deets' truck can be seen with its brake lights on approaching a red light -- and recalled another vehicle trying to pass him."The twig snapped that day and I said, 'they're not going to get another one over on me.'" Deets thought, after this revelation, his ticket would be thrown out immediately, but the prosecution moved for a trial and Deets started the months' long battle of fighting for disclosure of the method and mechanisms used to accuse him.

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In March, Deets was issued a violation notice in the mail stating that on March 27 at p.m.

his red Ford truck was recorded failing to obey the posted speed limit, travelling 40 km/h in a 30 km/h zone.

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Through this disclosure, Deets got a copy of the original photo including the crosshairs indicating where the operator targeted the laser, and sure enough, it was pointed at the white truck passing him. 27, the judge ruled in his favour and threw out the ticket.

"I was fighting this for the simple fact that enough is enough," said Deets.

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