Any ideas in how I can fight this and win?
Thank you, daggx.daggx wrote:Unfortunately these tickets are pretty hard to beat outright unless you can find an error on the ticket or can show that the camera was malfunctioning somehow. Failing to stop for a red light is an absolute liability offence which means they don't have to prove intent, all they have to do is show that you entered the intersection after the light turned red, even if the light was only red for a fraction of a second. However the upside is that these tickets do not appear on your driving record and won't effect your insurance rates. This means that it is often worth booking a first attendance meeting with the crown and seeing if you can plea bargain for a reduced fine, often the crown will cut the fine in half if you have an other wise clean driving record.