Letter: Your view - Misleading.Byline: E. Pietryga
IN response to Robert Stewart's comments on misleading number plates, I have been a vehicle tester for almost 40 years and am well acquainted with just how misleading incorrect spacing and character-altering fixings can be.
For example, two number 1s close up with a strategically placed fixing screw screw, simple machine consisting essentially of a solid cylinder, usually of metal, around which an inclined plane winds spirally, either clockwise or counterclockwise. becomes the letter H.
The letter C can be altered to look like a G, the number 4 can be altered to look like an A, the letter C itself can be closed up to look like a 0, and so on.
I wonder if Mr Stewart would be so quick to criticise Crit´i`cise
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imp. & p. the crackdown if he or one of his family were the victim of a hit and run and the only detail an eyewitness An individual who was present during an event and is called by a party in a lawsuit to testify as to what he or she observed.
The state and Federal Rules of Evidence, which govern the admissibility of evidence in civil actions and criminal proceedings, impose requirements could give was a garbled mixture of numbers and characters of what looked like a name?
E. Pietryga, Johnstone, Renfrewshire