Now I'm wondering how to best deal with this. I've already requested a court date but I was wondering how best to show that I was on a different road and was never at the location on the ticket where the 60km/h zone was. It seemed like she was genuinely convinced that she had the right car so to me it's her word against mine and mine means less to the JP I would think. I know that it is possible that if I lose that it is possible to have the ticket brought up to the 53km/h over the speed limit and face even more issues but knowing I wasn't the car that the officer was actually after makes me want to risk that knowing that it's a "he said she said" situation probably. Where I live I can take 2 routes that have almost the same drive time so I can't even try to say that since I was at "Place A" that the only logical route to take was "Place B" so I was really hoping for any kind of advise.
I'm the type of person who if completely innocent will not admit to guilt and suffer for someone else speeding. I'm hoping that someone has some sort of an idea to help me mount a defense on this as I don't intend to even consider a plea deal with the prosecution since it still says that I'm guilty for something that was technically impossible. I am going to talk to them and hope they believe me but I highly doubt it knowing that they have probably heard every possible excuse under the sun.
I know that I should get a disclosure but in this case I'm not sure if I should get anything other than the typical stuff like officer notes. I know that I should leave doubt about the officer's memory for that day but other than bringing up something like the weather and hoping for her to say "sunny" when it was raining I'm not sure what other tools I have to defend myself. Any help or assistance would be great as I'm going to assume that in a worst case scenario that I have to show up for the charge and that the officer will show up and still genuinely believe that she got the right car and for me to know the truth and have no way to show it.
Any help would be a life saver.
You will need disclosure in any case, if you want to argue a case like this.
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