A 27-Year License for Canadian Political Correctness
The appeal also claims the judge was wrong for not finding that suppressing Grabher's Austrian surname was an unjustified violation of his charter right to equality.
The appeal documents ask the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal to review and reverse Jamieson's decision.
It asks for the court to strike the regulation allowing the Registrar of Motor Vehicles to revoke a plate if it contains offensive or bad taste message "in the opinion of the Registrar."
It also asks the court to order the GRABHER plate to be reissued, and for Grabher to be awarded costs for both the original court challenge and the proposed appeal.
And in a completely unrelated but coincidental note, the new license plates in Ontario, Canada are controversial on a number of fronts, but basically the biggest hurdle is that the plates are unreadable from distance at night, posing potential serious problems for the police.