Five members were fined after a Critical Mass bike demo in Geneva. However, these were not accepted and challenged.
the essentials in brief
- Five participants were fined in a protest by Critical Mass.
- The activists challenged the fines and took them to court.
- The Geneva Police Court corrects the buses downwards, they are not lifted.
In August, Critical Mass organized a protest in Geneva. Five members were fined for starting traffic violations at the Velo-Demo. However, you sued against the fines. Now the Geneva Police Court has ruled on the case.
Five activists were fined for deliberately blocking traffic. They challenged these fines before the police court in Geneva.
The Geneva Police Court is sticking to the fines for the Critical Mass members. This affects the court on Sunday. Only the sums of money to be paid have been revised downwards.
However, the activists’ lawyer is not satisfied with the verdict. It was a good start, but there were still a lot of games to play. He is quoted in a communication from RTS.
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