Incorrect information on ticket

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Incorrect information on ticket

by: byttr on
Wed Nov 17, 2010 11:26 pm

HI, just wondering what, if any, chance I have of getting off a speeding ticket based on incorrect driver's licence and birth-date recorded on offence notice (ticket)?

I received a notice of trial and realized the mistake, then checked the ticket and saw the error was directly transferred from the ticket. Trial is January 11, 2011 - I faxed a request for disclosure to the davis drive court house in newmarket. BTW can anyone confirm the fax ? I have 905-898-3747.

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Thu Nov 18, 2010 9:08 pm

what happens if i default on the ticket? does it get screwed up in the system some how since it's the wrong driver's licence number and doesn't get applied, or gets applied to someone else's driver's licence? I think an incorrect driver's licence number is fairly significant...




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by: byttr on
Sat Dec 11, 2010 1:40 am

I faxed a request for disclosure to the davis drive court house in newmarket. This will be the second request. Can anyone confirm the fax ? I have 905-898-3747.

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by: byttr on
Sun Dec 12, 2010 10:28 am

This is my second request for disclosure submission; I have sent it to 3 different fax numbers: 905-895-3768 ; 905-898-5218 ; 905-898-3747. Not sure which one is correct or which if any is the prosecutor's office.

all Fax submissions are confirmed with the correct number except for 905-895-3765 ; for some reason the transmission states completed but the remote station number changes to some odd number, 9065830444...anyone observe this?

My court date is only a month away and still no disclosure - any guidelines on how to proceed if I don't receive it? should I send it registered mail?

thanks for any help,




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by: bend on
Sat Jan 19, 2013 5:41 pm

zia wrote:hi i got a ticket 3 days ago and the cop miss spelled the address on the ticket. can someone tell me what to do
Are you expecting them to drop the ticket?


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by: ynotp on
Sat Jan 19, 2013 6:41 pm

I can't really see a successful argument being made in court: that since the officer made an error in transcribing accurately, they may have also erred in what led them to believing you committed an offense.


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