Plead to by-law

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Plead to by-law

by: fortec_man on
Fri Jun 10, 2011 2:47 pm

Anyone ever hear or have any experience getting an HTA speeding charge plead down to the relevant city bylaw? Not overly concerned with the fine or points, just don't want a conviction to affect insurance so I've been looking and found that Mississauga has a speeding offence in its traffic bylaw... "34(2) In accordance with the Highway Traffic Act, no person shall drive a motor vehicle on a municipal roadway at a rate of speed greater than 50 kilometres per hour unless otherwise indicated by an authorized sign."

Hoping that maybe the prosecutor will be willing to go this route.... any one ever hear of it?


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Sun Jun 12, 2011 1:44 am

Depends on the Prosecutor... it could work...
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