Well, a person should be careful before playing "shit house lawyer" like that. We used to have a similar law here in CO where the speed cameras were operated by a private company that then sent you the notice. On the notice you had the option of (a) just paying the fine, (b) checking the block and signing (under penalty of perjury) that it was not you in the picture, or (c) going to court to fight it. There was language on the ticket that indicated that if the ticket was ignored, you were subject to having a warrant issued for your arrest. BUT, State law at that time required that before any kind of warrant was issued, the ticket had to be "personally served" by a law enforcement officer. If the ticket was "served" in this way, an additional $75 service fee was added to the ticket, BUT if the ticket was not served within 90 days of the violation, it was automatically dismissed. And they actually DID have officers who would walk the streets serving tickets in the evening after work (I'm guessing this was the detail that was either given to the 'new guys' or the ones on the verge of retirement, or else it was used as a punishment for pissing off the Sergeant or whatever.) So if you got a citation in the mail, all you'd have to do is literally not answer your door for a maximum of 90 days and you were good to go. Well, enough people did that (and the private company that ran the speed cameras complained enough) that the legislature changed the law, so as of 2013, "service" could be obtained by mailing a copy of the citation to the driver's last known address. Since mailing the ticket now qualified as "service", ignoring the ticket automatically meant a bench warrant was issued.