The Attorney General Chamber’s (AGC) has decided to freeze all court proceedings related to summonses issued under the Automated Enforcement System (AES).
AES SPEED TRAP CAMERA COURT PROCEEDINGS FREEZED
This is to allow time for the AGC to study legal concerns that were raised in these cases.
“In view of the concerns made by certain quarters on the law and other technicalities, the AGC has decided to look into this matter and directed that all proceedings are to be withheld until the concerns have been addressed.
“A decision will be made within the next few days on the above-mentioned issues,” the AGC said in a statement Tuesday.
The statement, however, added that the AES summonses issued by the Road Transport Department were still valid.
“In respect of the four AES summons cases that have been discharged not amounting to an acquittal, the AGC will re-study them and will be re-registered if they warrant any prosecution,” it added.