Disobey Stop Sign - Sect 136 (1) (A) – Was it me?

Clockwork Orange
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Re: Disobey Stop Sign - Sect 136 (1) (A) – Was it me?

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Thank you all guys!
1 pass- yes, there was another officer in the cruiser.
Radar: if he put "stopped vehicle without sight lost", this wouldn't be true. Trees and bushes grew right after the intersection, sight was lost 100%. We'll see in two weeks what is bound to happen.


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Guys, exit question before tomorrow court.
The officer's note saying Toyota 2006. The year is correct, but the model is really 2003. So, the note is apparently made after I was stopped and documents are checked (with the after the fact knowledge). Can I argue with this evidence? As it is based on the past knowledge and proves only the fact of accuracy of my vehicle docs.
If so, how my statement should look like?
Thanks,
CO


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Clockwork Orange wrote:Guys, exit question before tomorrow court.
The officer's note saying Toyota 2006. The year is correct, but the model is really 2003. So, the note is apparently made after I was stopped and documents are checked (with the after the fact knowledge). Can I argue with this evidence? As it is based on the past knowledge and proves only the fact of accuracy of my vehicle docs.
If so, how my statement should look like?
Thanks,
CO
What do you mean the model of your car is 2003? I don't follow.


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Unread post by Clockwork Orange on

Toyota Corolla made in 2003 looks absolutely the same as made in 2006. How could officer know the year at the time of the "offence"?


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Ok, I think I understand what you're asking. You could certainly confirm with the officer that he obtained the model year for your vehicle from the ownership (which is standard practice). I wouldn't say it's a big help in your case though.






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