A parked warden paced me in a provincial park and handed me a ticket for speeding in provincial park over 40 km/h. This ticket carries no demerit points. In the disclosure he says he clocked me going 72km/h, so now I'm not sure if this is a major or minor office. My understanding is that no matter how fast you go in Prov park, the charge is still "speeding prov park over 40km/h"
Attached are copies from the disclosure:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/rfjfn1rw556uw ... 4.png?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/97rytfzal64ud ... o.png?dl=0
My strategy is to cross examine the park warden and ask questions about calibration of speedometers/odometer. Pretty good assumption that vehicles they use in park are not equipped with radars and don't undergo speedometer testing.
My questions are:
1. I did not ask for calibration records in my original disclosure. Should I request additional disclosure asking to provide such information ?
2. Do I have a good defense re: calibration of speedometer/ odometer
3. Is this a major or minor offence ?
4. Any other strategies to defend this case ?
Does anyone else have suggestions how to defend this ticket ?
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