Accused of aggressive driving while passing by OPP in Thunder Bay and handed a speeding ticket for 113 Km
If you're moving faster than the posted speed limited, you're speeding.
Passing is not a defense.
The only defence for speeding is the defence of "necessity". I won't get into that as the criteria to even achieve that is so high 99.99% of anyone charged with speeding will not even be able to use it.
That being said, to fight the ticket you will need to set a trial date, to do so you must go to the court house listed on the back of the ticket. If it's too far for you I suggest you hire a legal representative in that area to fight it for you. You'll have to go to the court house a minimum of 3 times. 1, to file the trial request and disclosure request, 2, to pick up the disclosure and 3, to go to trial.
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