KAJANG: Over 2,000 people were summoned in Selangor for allegedly being caught on Automated Enforce-ment System (AES) cameras, with 1,760 called to the Court here.
However, only 58 turned up in court, with arrest warrants being issued for the rest.
They were all summoned after allegedly being captured speeding by a single AES camera located on the North-South Expressway.
Of that, 40 pleaded guilty, with magistrate Abdul Jalil Salam Muhammad sentencing them to fines ranging from RM300 to RM350.
Of the remaining 18 people, eight requested another date to appear in court while others claimed trial.
The court set Jan 9 and 14 to hear their case.
They were represented by Mohd Fikah Sanusi, while prosecuting officer Saharudin Safirol represented the prosecution.
Meanwhile, in Sepang, 655 people were summoned to court for similar offences, with only 25 people appearing.
Fifteen people pleaded guilty, with judge Ahmad Fairuz Mohd Fuzi, sitting as a magistrate, fining 10 of them RM300 and letting the other five off with warnings.
A total of 1,093 people are expected to be summoned for AES offences in Kajang and 312 to Sepang on Dec 12.
In KUALA LUMPUR, 42 out of 731 people summoned for AES offences appeared in court.
Of that, 40 pleaded guilty before Magistrate Noorasyikin Mahat, with 30 being sentenced to an RM300 fine, and the rest let off with a warning.
Source From : The Star