Rescheduled Early Resolution Meeting With Prosecutor

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Rescheduled Early Resolution Meeting With Prosecutor

by: AKO on


I originally had an early resolution meeting with the prosecutor for a speeding ticket in Toronto scheduled for May 10th.

On the ERM notice, it said that by law, the request to reschedule the meeting must be received no later than 2 working days prior to the original scheduled appointment and that "by law, the rescheduled date for your meeting must be within 30 days of your original meeting date"

The rescheduled date that I received is on June 21st.

My question is about the law the above statement is referring to. Is 30 days referring to 30 calendar days or 30 business/working days. If it is referring to 30 calendar days, does this provide me with a reason to ask that the charges be dismissed because the resceduled ERM with prosecutor did not take place within 30 calendar days of the original date, contrary to the law?

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