Well, you really don't have a defense
You admit to parking early by 20 minutes
Now, if you have another story hire defense counsel and develop a defense
The only hope would be to hire an attorney. This would however cost you more than the ticket.
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No stopping means no STOPPING. Parking, IS stopping, but kind of amplified. It is kind of like a sign reading "do not WALK on grass", but instead of "walking" on it you RAN across it, and then tried to argue, I wasn't walking on the grass. I think you loose this case. As counsel indicated, feel free to fight it, or hire an attorney to fight it, but is it really worth your time and money ?? I wish you luck regardless of the path you choose. In my opinion, you have no valid defense. Good luck.
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