A funny example is the reason for judjement " although there is no speed limit sign maybe a speed limit sign is posted somewhere before that , so it is a fact the speed limit is posted"also "..the two signs have to be no more than 900m apart" -what to do when there is no signs at all??? No police or prosecution submited evidence of the existence of any sign in the area. I did submit photos showing there is no sign posted , but i didn't know that imaginery sign in the judge fantasy is an evidence.
It is too long to list the full judgement here. The main point is the officer testified that a speed limit sign is posted and confirmed it 3 times. I did proof with photos and a document from the city that the sign has never been posted there. Also the officer refused to tell me where he measured my speed. He just said down the road.Stanton wrote:It's difficult to weigh in on your options/chances of appeal without seeing the full judgement. The sections you've quoted don't really give much sense out of context, nor do they clarify if the Court feels that particular evidence is relevant to the outcome.
So he handed me the ticket but i don't know the location . This is critical because in that stretch of the road we have 3 different speed limits posted, so i don't know in which one i was clocked. I got all the information just after i received the disclosure 5 months later. So i took photos but now they are not considered as evidence being taken too late. This is another reason for appeal-breach of the Charter rights to be informed about the offense without unreasonable delay.
The officer cut my way to build a defense with not disclosing the location.