I was clocked at doing 25 kmph over the limit in toronto on Jan 2 2011. My court date is coming up on Feb 2, 2012, which is more than one year after the offence date.
now, when i went to court for one of my previous tickets, I talked to a police officer and was informed that if the trial date is scheduled one calender year after the offence date, then I do have the chance of challenging the constitution claiming i wasnt provided a fair trial.
Is that a true statement? if so, what are the procedures involved in challenging the constitution and what are my chances of getting the ticket thrown out?
I'm a newbie here at this forum, so any help would be much appreciated
Thats a lot in advance guys...