Said not challenging officer....

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Said not challenging officer....

by: Fastdriver on
Mon Aug 30, 2010 4:26 pm

I have a ticket for 44 over the speed limit. I have been away from home for some time and don't have disclosure but trial is this week.

I read somewhere else on this forum that you should ask for trial, which I did, and check that you are going to challenge the officers evidence. I had asked for the first meeting with the prosecutor but never went. However I had checked off that I would NOT be challenging the officers evidence. Is this going to now pose an issue for me?
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by: Traffic Law on
Mon Aug 30, 2010 5:13 pm

Yes, this is deffinitely an issue. If you have sellected NOT to challenge officer's evidence he is not required to attend court. Your trial cannot proceed without the officer in this situation.

You will face have choices:
1. Ask for another date due to your misunderstanding
2. Resolve the matter with prosecution.
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