Fatty Falconer says Bugger the Bill of Rights
The White Paper could lead to motorists finding their vehicles immobilised or impounded rather than being taken to court.
"The use of wheel clamping, vehicle impounding and intelligence-led enforcement, together with a national network of enforcement officers operating from the agency's 40 local offices, provides further options for dealing with less serious offences outside the magistrates' courts system," the paper said.
Unveiling the plans, Lord Falconer said: "More wheel clamping would be a good idea."
The BBC and TV Licensing Authority may be given new powers to issue their own summonses for licence dodging.
But Oliver Heald, the Conservative shadow constitutional affairs secretary, said he had "serious concerns about farming out the issuing of fines to non-governmental bodies".
"This will make them into judge, jury and executioner," he said. "The administration of justice is a matter for the state, not independent organisations with a financial interest like the BBC."
That all grants and promises of fines and forfeitures of particular persons before conviction are illegal and void;