yes, because there is a bit of wiggle room with red light camera citation...to my understanding, if you are not served a summons personally to appear in court within 90 days of the citation (at your residence) the citation is dismissed or thrown out.
the citation was originally delivered to my company, I was driving a Public Transit vehicle at the time of the violation.
Well, I find it hard to believe, since a union representative suggest my not answer my door at my residence, in order to avoid being served a summons, then work with management to call the police to serve me at work. I am not a union employee, I left the union a few years ago, due to a discrepant situation(s) that I resented by officers of the union.
This question is about how I was treated at work, it was suggested by EEOC to contact NLRB about this. There was a statement by a friend that said they are bound to serve this type of citation to your home...however it was an embarrassing and disturbing situation for me.
Thank you for sharing this with me, and I just wanted to get this cleared, I am confused with the advice I was given...you helped to clarify this issue.
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