Thank you for your kind advise . Do you know if I can write a letter to the Justice of the Peace or Crown so that they might
consider my situation before I plead? There was no 'STUNT' driving - inadvertent speeding only. Also, do they give you time to pay???
If you are convicted (either by plea or verdict), the JP will decide the fine amount and then ask you how much time you need to pay.
The courts have decided that speeding +50 is stunt driving so it doesn't matter to them what your intentions were.
When I was in Chatham court a few years ago there was a guy who was charged for stunt 70 over. They changed it to speeding and he was given a fine of $1000.
IMO for a such a serious charge as this it may be less expensive for you in the long run if you hire a paralegal.