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Does the bill of rights 1689 section 2 clause 12 mean

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Does the bill of rights 1689 section 2 clause 12 mean that I don't have to pay parking fines?
The Bill of Rights 1689 section 2; clause 12 states:
“That all Grants and Promises of Fines and Forfeitures of particular persons before Conviction are illegal and void.”
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This issue has been considered in a case relating to the congestion charge and it has been decided that the fixed penalty system does not fall within the Bill of Rights because it does always contain the right to appeal and have your challenge heard by a competent court.
The case is here
De Crittenden -v- NPAS [2006] EWCA Civ 1786
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