Quebec drivers avoiding photo radar fines thanks to ruling

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By CBC News Ottawa, April 11, 2018

Drivers issued photo radar speeding tickets in the Outaouais are getting off without a fine thanks to a legal ruling the province is trying to address.

In late 2016, Quebec court Judge Serge Cimon ruled photo radar evidence alone is "hearsay" and not enough evidence on its own to make someone pay a fine.

Because of this, only five drivers issued photo radar tickets from western Quebec's four mobile photo radar units in January had to pay a fine