Determining Original Speed When Code "R" Indicated

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Determining Original Speed When Code "R" Indicated

Unread post by enfield on

My wife just got nabbed leaving a school zone on Keele just above Bloor with 2 cars infront and several behind - the ticket was 69 in a 40 - community safety zone and the code was market "R". She was never told how fast she was actually going but I am more than curious how much it was reduced. In addition, when shooting the gun directly at oncoming cars, how can they possibly accurately get the third car back with 2 cars directly between the police and my wife?


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Unread post by Radar Identified on

The only way to know what speed she was originally doing would be to get the officer's notes via a disclosure request.

If the police were using lidar (which they probably were), they can easily target each vehicle independently, unless they're driving about three inches off each others' bumper.
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FYI I'm pretty sure 29 over is the maximum speed that can be issued on regular ticket for a community safety zone. 30+ over has no set fine and requires a summons.


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Unread post by hwybear on

Stanton is correct...30km plus is a summons...fines would be huge




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