If it is a separate meeting and I don't want to take his/her offer, will I then have to go back to set a trial date (even it may be already after 15 days from the ticket issuing date)? Or, will the prosecutor set up the court date for me upon the disagreement?
http://www.OHTA.ca OR http://www.OntarioTrafficAct.com
I called the number on the ticket today and used the automated system. So, if I want to choose option 2, I can request it in person at the court office. A trial request will also be filed at the same time in case of an unsuccessful meeting. What will happen then is I will be scheduled a meeting with a prosecutor in 6-8 weeks. If we don't come to an agreement, then I will be automatically arranged for a trial.
Now, it brings a second question for those whom plan to file 11B. Would this 6-8 weeks attributable to the Crown or me? Would anyone know which option will take longer time for the benefit of filing 11B? Thanks!
No, unless you want your license suspended again.fire wrote:hi I was wondering if they have my address wrong on my ticket if I can get off paying for it buy the way I have changed my addy with the ministry and I got a ticket for suspended driver