75 in a 60 zone

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pocho
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75 in a 60 zone

Unread post by pocho on

more than a year ago I had a ticket for speeding 78 km/h in a 60 zone. The ticket was reduced to 75 km/h.

I decided to go to trial, but the judge adjourned the case because disclosure wasn;t provided on time by the prosecution. My new court date is in december 2011.

I have received the disclosure and nothing seems wrong, so basically, I want to plead guilty, what can I do?, can I just go online and paid the original ticket and that is it?, do I have to appear in court anyway?, even if I pay the ticket?

the prosecutor threatened to charge me with the original ticket which will give me 3 demerit points, so if I paid the reduced ticket, is there a risk that the prosecutor still decides to proceed with the case and charge me with the 78 km.h on a 60 zone????


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Unread post by Stanton on

You can change your plea to guilty at your next trial date. The prosecutor won't raise the ticket back up to the full amount if there is no trial.


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