When he came to my window he said "I got you doing 113 in a 80." I was shocked... I honestly didn't think I was going that fast. I didn't say anything. He then asked for my license, proof of insurance and ownership. All of which I gave to him. He was in his car for about 5 minutes. When he came back he gave me the ticket. He said "I don't know what your driving record is like, but if it is good, I suggest option 3 on your ticket, they may be willing to work with you." And that was it.
I have looked at the ticket and have read a few postings here and am not sure how to proceed. I have never had a ticket that involved points. In my 15 plus years of driving I have had a handful of tickets, but none for over 15km. I am sure I was going over 80 because I had just gone down a hill and hadn't corrected my speed from that, but again I don't think I was going that fast.
On my ticket, with lists the POA court as Orillia gives 2 options for "Option 3"
Do I select both or just one?
1, I intend to appear in court to enter a plea of not guilty at the time and place set for trial and I wiish to have trial conducted in the English language.
2, I intend to chanllenge the evidence of the Provincial Offences Officer. I request that the officer attend trail.
I do not feel confident about getting in to a court battle and don't feel I could challenge the Officer about the evidence. I would just like to have it reduced and go away. What is the likelihood of that happening?
Help, advice, suggestions?