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UAE: Traffic violations raise controversy and give the perpetrator the right to object
UAE: Traffic violations raise controversy and give the perpetrator the right to object

The Advocate General, Head of the Traffic Prosecution in Dubai, Counselor Salah Bourousha Al Falasi, said that there are some discretionary violations that the Public Prosecution receives a lot of questions about

The Advocate General, Head of the Traffic Prosecution in Dubai, Counselor Salah Bourousha Al Falasi, said that there are some discretionary violations that the Public Prosecution receives a lot of questions about, such as racing on a public road, as the value of the violation and its consequences vary if it was just over speeding or considered racing.

During a seminar organized by the Community Development Authority yesterday on controversial discretionary absentee violations that drivers object to, one of these violations is failure to adhere to the mandatory lane, deviation or any of the discretionary absentee violations issued by the policeman, pointing out that the driver has the right to object to the prosecution that takes On its part, there are specific procedures to verify the violation, so it listens to the editor of the violation, and reviews the tools he issued on the basis of it, such as recordings of cameras or traffic control devices, until they are fully verified.

He stressed the need for the driver to have proof of the error of the violation before he objects to it, noting that there are controls that control the registration of aggravated violations, such as driving recklessly and endangering the lives of others, the fine of which reaches the vehicle impoundment for two months and 23 traffic points, and pointed out that the traffic law gave The policeman has the right to register the violation, while at the same time giving the driver the right to object.