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 … Continue reading McDougall v City of Playford [2017] SASC 169
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