127 in an 80

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127 in an 80

by: 00_Coupe on
Thu Feb 04, 2010 11:08 am


Last night I got a ticket for 27 over the limit on Hwy 6 in Hamilton. The cop saw me go through the light at clapsons corner but didnt get me on radar and then followed me until the link. He said I did 127 down the hill on hwy 6 and 120-130 on 403... I'm 27 and haven't had any tickets in over 4 years. Should I go guilty with an explenation, or set a court date?

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by: neo333 on
Thu Feb 04, 2010 11:32 am

Absolutely, set a court date. Do some more reading here and at http://www.ticketcombat.ca

file for disclosure right away

here are the possibilities:
crown does not disclose and you get a stay
crown does not disclose and judge adjourns. Delay put you in position for 11b charter challenge and you get a stay
officer doesn't show up, you walk
worst case, you plea bargain and get reduced fine and demerit points
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