"I found two parking tickets on my windshield. And both for the same reason, having the registration sticker on the dash they said," said Hedin.
Each ticket was for $65, which Hedin says he shouldn't have to pay.
"It shouldn't be my fault. I shouldn't have to pay for a ticket, let alone two of them," said Hedin.
But the Department of Finance didn't agree. When Hedin appealed, the judge dismissed only one of the tickets.
"The first ticket he dismissed because the sticker fell off and basically I didn't know it had fallen off," said Hedin. "Where the second ticket, he claims that it's a subsequent ticket for the same offense so he couldn't dismiss it, so I'm found guilty for the $65."
Hedin says it's an unfair decision since he didn't see the first ticket until he'd already found the second.
"Obviously if I had received a ticket for it, if I had seen it fall off I would have taped it up there," said Hedin.