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Certain Group of Drivers Able to Avoid Getting Nabbed for a Red Light Photo Ticket

blog submitted to photoenforced.com by ticketbust.com, helping drivers contest and dismiss their traffic tickets.  

Approximately 30 years ago, the Confidential Records Program was started. Currently, CA law makes confidential license plates available to police officers and other state or government workers so certain workers can choose to keep their DMV info private, like their home address.

The law is supposed to keep certain information private like, the home address, to prevent say criminals from harassing, threatening, or stalking police officer’s, judges etc. This law has been expanded over the years to include numerous other Gov. or state worker positions (like park rangers) not just police officer’s or judges, and has even been extended to include spouses and children. Furthermore, employees can retain confidentiality for 3 years if they switch to a civilian job, and retired peace officers can remain in the confidential plate program indefinitely.

When someone in the privacy program is detected, the DMV can only release the person’s employing agency to non –police agencies and or to private companies that process citations for cities and counties. DMV cannot release a home address and therefore a violator with a confidential plate who is caught on camera can go unscathed whether they intend to or not.

There is no question that camera enforcement of traffic violations generates revenue for the state so if the DMV has a little more than one million vehicles registered to motorists which are connected to just a couple thousand state and local Gov. agencies which are of those allowed to opt for confidential plates, theoretically this so-called loop hole could prevent the state from collecting on millions of dollars from those state workers who are able to get around paying red light camera fines, tolls, or parking tickets. Assemblyman Jeff Miller has taken efforts in hopes to close the gap of this so called loop hole.-  blog submitted by ticketbust.com, helping drivers contest and dismiss their traffic tickets. 

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