The out of court set fine appears to be $85, with a total of $110. However, it appears the prosecutor upped the fine.
I'm wondering how this affects 2019 legislation going forward with mandatory license suspensions and increased fines for hand-held devices.S. 32(9) - Drive motor vehicle in contravention of conditions
Driving in breach of condition prohibited
(9) No person shall drive a motor vehicle on a highway while contravening a condition contained in his or her driver’s licence or imposed by the regulations. R.S.O. 1990, c. H.8, s. 32 (9).
How popular are S32(9) plea-bargains in OcJ? I'm at a complete loss for words. It's written such that any charge can be amended to S32(9).
You can fight the original offence, but keep in mind the set fine no longer applies and the penalties that are under the HTA section now does.
The set fines are just there to expedite people through the process, it's technically already a discount towards the offence as the real fine is in the HTA section for whatever charge you get.
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