If the police officer had no radar on you, it is impossible for crown to prove the case. Request disclosure, you will know more what evidence he had against you.
In the disclosure ask for: speed gun manual, calibration record, reapir history, officer's training certificate and of course officer's note...
See ticketcombat.com for sample of disclosure
it is not impossible....think outside the boxliveontheedge wrote:How much time is it from the offence date to the court date?
If the police officer had no radar on you, it is impossible for crown to prove the case.
Above is merely a suggestion/thought and in no way constitutes legal advice or views of my employer. www.OHTA.ca
Pacing....liveontheedge wrote:How so?hwybear wrote: it is not impossible....think outside the box
http://www.OHTA.ca OR http://www.OntarioTrafficAct.com
for 2nd question I really dont know if i was making that much speed. All he(poilce) said i was going too fast and dont remember if he meantioned he reduced to 49. he came with ticket and told me to pay this. he did not meantioned 3 choice back of the ticket
Ok he may have paced you but you may have slowed down already when he was still far back. Disclosure will tell.
Send in a detailed request for disclosure. Once you get it, you will have a better picture on how to proceed with the denfense.
Also ask for a "will say statement from all witnesses" in addition to everything else.
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