MISSPELLED NAME ON 33 KM OVER SPEEDING TICKET



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by: iFly55 on
Thu Nov 06, 2014 2:04 pm

Misspelt name is not a fatal error, however your set & total fine appear to be in error.

Set Fine = $6 x 33 = $198
Victim Surcharge = $35
Court Fee = $5
Total Fine = $238

Search up London v. Young and go the forced fatal error route.


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by: joepenoso on
Fri Nov 07, 2014 9:57 am

1.) To force the fatal error by not responding to the ticket at all. Don't give the Prosecution any chance to amend the certificate and correct the error(s). Forcing the fatal errors means you don't reply to the ticket at all (i.e. don't request a trial, don't contact the officer or prosecution, etc.).....correct?
2.) I'll have to phone the court house to see the status of the ticket,,,correct??
3.)Once the trial or procedure happens in my absence, I ask for a form called(What is the form called)?
4.) I quote London vs Young. Correct???
To paraphrase I don,t go to court because the ticket can only be amended during trial. After trial I ask for a form stating Fatal Error and quoting London vs. Young because the ticket now cannot be amended. My misspelled name with incorrect total for 33 km over the limit is enough to make this happen?
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joepenoso wrote:1.) To force the fatal error by not responding to the ticket at all. Don't give the Prosecution any chance to amend the certificate and correct the error(s). Forcing the fatal errors means you don't reply to the ticket at all (i.e. don't request a trial, don't contact the officer or prosecution, etc.).....correct?
Yes
joepenoso wrote:2.) I'll have to phone the court house to see the status of the ticket,,,correct??
Yes
joepenoso wrote:3.)Once the trial or procedure happens in my absence, I ask for a form called(What is the form called)?
No. In your absence the JP will either convict you or quash the ticket. If the JP convicts you, then you need to appeal the conviction.

Appeal Process: http://www.ontariohighwaytrafficact.com ... tml#p30086
Appeal Form: http://www.niagararegion.ca/living/prov ... A-0201.pdf
joepenoso wrote:4.) I quote London vs Young. Correct???
To paraphrase I don,t go to court because the ticket can only be amended during trial. After trial I ask for a form stating Fatal Error and quoting London vs. Young because the ticket now cannot be amended. My misspelled name with incorrect total for 33 km over the limit is enough to make this happen?
The misspelt name is not a fatal error. Only the incorrect fine is the fatal error. Make sure you double check it.

List of fatal errors: http://www.ontariohighwaytrafficact.com/topic1965.html




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by: Stanton on
Sat Nov 08, 2014 10:37 am

joepenoso wrote:I checked highway traffic act speeding penalties FROM \\\\\\\\\\GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO
0----20$3.00 KM.
20---30 $4.50 KM
30---39 $7.00 KM
What gives?
Numbers don't add up??
Those are the Court fines (if you're convicted at trial). Police use the set fines of the Ontario Court of Justice, which are slightly lower.

1-19 kph - $2.50
20-29 kph - $3.75
30-49 kph - $6.00




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by: joepenoso on
Sat Nov 08, 2014 11:26 am

Schedule B
Highway Traffic Act
Speeding


Kilometres

Set Fine

a) 1-19 kilometres per hour over the maximum speed limit $2.50 per kilometre
b) 20-29 kilometres per hour over the maximum speed limit $3.75 per kilometre
c) 30-49 kilometres per hour over the maximum speed limit $6.00 per kilometre
d) 50 kilometres per hour or more over the maximum speed limit No out of court settlement

Schedule C




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by: joepenoso on
Sat Nov 08, 2014 2:33 pm

Thanks for your time and effort I tried to research speeding fines on my own but with so many conflicting numbers being thrown around, some from government documents, I didn't know what was the right figure until Stanton said so.
Thanks
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by: joepenoso on
Wed Nov 26, 2014 9:38 am

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Actually no
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by: joepenoso on
Mon Dec 01, 2014 1:21 pm

DaltonVidra wrote:In this modern and high technology world which is also called the “information era”. There is no doubt that people now want to own the life that is safe and free and do the thing that they like and want to do. And usually such kind of life is not so easy to own for some people and as they are monitored by some device. If so the Cellphone Signal Jammer can be your good assistant.
Is this Snoden, James Bond 101?


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by: joepenoso on
Thu Dec 18, 2014 1:27 pm

NEWS UPDATE:

The ticket never went to court because it's called a Failure To Repond or F.T.D. for short.......( Not to be confused with a S.T.D.....LOL.)
The Justice of the Peace is due to convict me Dec. 20, 2014 which is a Saturday ( My ticket was given November 5th )and I have a month before they take my licence away.
Should I appeal it now..........or wait till the J.P. gets through with it and appeal it then using London vs. Young. Fatal Error, incorrect fine....yadda yadda yadda?
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