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by: cdnpatriot on
Sun Mar 10, 2013 10:25 pm

I'm two days away from a trial at old city hall for failure to stop at an amber. I've asked for disclosure a couple of days ago.

I just completed the form on the City of Toronto website. Should I have asked for specific information?
Can I ask for an adjournment so that I can research the case further and/or hire someone? They sent me trial notice on February 13.
Do you think I have a good chance of postponing it?
When should I ask? Right at the beginning half hour before court begins or do I wait and see if the cop shows and then go up and request an adjournment then?
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