The Sala IV constitutional court threw out two more stiff traffic penalties in a decision announced Wednesday.
In both cases the penalty was a fine of 277,500 colons or about $555. The court found the fines to be unconstitutionally disproportional. Due to the court action, the fines revert to the amount previous to passage of the new traffic law, abut 10,000 colons or $20.
The illegal actions were going through a red light or ignoring a sign that permitted only a right turn.