For my first traffic ticket, it is called "improper right turn". I turned right into the left lane (there was only the left or right lane which you could turn into). A lot of people do this because they know that the lanes merge into only the left lane. I also thought there was something obstructing the right lane in the front.
For my second traffic ticket, it is called "disobeying lane light". I think this is because I failed to fully stop behind the white lines, before I turned right. I did slow down, but due to slippery conditions and cars following closely behind me, I did not fully stop.
Conditions at the time were snow, slippery, and snow covered roads. There was no oncoming traffic, even after I turned right.
The third traffic ticket is because my ownership permit was not signed (by my dad) but I don't think I can fight this one.
Is it worth my effort to bring these tickets to court and how would I build my case? Please help.
Probably your best bet would be to request a first attendance meeting. IÃƒÂ¢Ã‚â‚¬Ã‚â„¢m sure the Crown at the very least would drop one of your charges in exchange for a guilty plea on the other two. They may
also offer you reduced fines.