I have received a ticket, I was not the driver but it was my car (how is that fair?).
I understand I can sometimes get the ticket reduced by half, is this true?
I am wondering the process involved, I assume I request a trial, but do I ask to talk to the prosecutor before that or after I ask for a trial? And do I make an appointment or do I just show up early for my trial?
When I talk to him or her do I ask for a plea bargain or wait for them to offer it?
Any other advice around how this process works would be appreciated.
I think nobody has answered because you just asked a whole bunch of basic questions that are answered throughout this forum. Please feel free to repost if you have any specific questions.
NOTHING I SAY ON HERE IS LEGAL ADVICE.
Red light tickets go to the owner of the car. Next time dont lend your keys out.
Option 3 for trial. You can most likely get a plea for reduced fine. There are no points.
Hi, I got a red light camera offence notice. The intersection is Berrigan Dr./Wessex Dr.and Greenbank Road in Ottawa. The offence date is October 3rd, 2011, and the date of deemed service is October 21, 2011. However, I did not receive this notice till December 1, 2011, which means by the time i got the ticket, the original 15 days had passed. I also didn't get the 2nd part of the notice, the part that shows option 3. I don't remember going through the light but since there's pictures, I guess i did do it.
It says I approached the red at 0.002 seconds, and that I approached through the intersection when the light had been for 001.0 seconds. My speed limit was 68km.
Based on all this information, do i even have a valid defense, or should I just plead guilty and pay the fine?
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