McDougall v City of Playford [2017] SASC 169

In McDougall v City of Playford [2017] SASC 169 the appellant was appealing a conviction for a parking fine. “This contention, as are all of the appellant’s various constitutional contentions, is incoherent and nonsensical. Indeed, the appellant’s contentions are so wide ranging and misconceived as to defy reasoned responses short of a short lecture series. The appeal against the conviction is entirely without substance. In his Notice of Appeal, the appellant relies upon the following 14 grounds of appeal…” Click to … Continue reading McDougall v City of Playford [2017] SASC 169
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