Got the notice in the mail today with the photos of the incident. I remember exactly when it happened. Light turned red, I slowed down, made a legal right turn on the red light, and the camera took a picture of me. The two "action" photos show me at the limit line (photo one) and then about two car length beyond that, finishing my right hand turn. As far as I can tell, I broke no laws. The was no "No Turn on Red" sign. As per Ca. Vehicle Code 21453(a), I yielded to oncoming traffic and pedestrians, (there was none, as evidenced in the photo), and made my turn. So what the hell do I do? Right hand turns on red don't need to make a full stop - they only need to yield to oncoming traffic and pedestrians, right? At least, that what I was taught, and that's what the vehicle code seems to state. In addition, the photo states my speed in photo 1 as 18mph in a 40mph zone, and photo 2 as 18mhp as well. However, in photo 2, I am only two car lengths ahead of my position in photo 1, which after careful calculations, puts me at a speed of 8mph (which, I suppose, shows that the indicated speed in wrong). So essentially I slowed from 18 to 8 mph while making the turn. What should I do? I ain't paying it, that's for sure. I'll take this f*cker to the Supreme Court if I have to.