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by diehard
Fri Oct 06, 2017 6:52 am
Forum: General Talk
Topic: expired license and incoming demerit points
replies: 3
views: 371

Re: expired license and incoming demerit points

Your license number doesn't vanish into thin air. It'll exist whether or not you choose to renew your license or not. Even if you don't have a license, they will generate a license number for you and it'll be waiting for you if you ever decide to apply. interesting. does the same apply if a minor (...
by diehard
Tue Oct 03, 2017 11:12 pm
Forum: General Talk
Topic: expired license and incoming demerit points
replies: 3
views: 371

expired license and incoming demerit points

hello, here's an hypothetical scenario: Can the conviction of an HTA offense (ticket) affect a driver's license that was not renewed and is expired? The expiry date of the license, which the driver chose not to renew, preceded the conviction date on court. Will the expired license receive the demeri...
by diehard
Thu Nov 14, 2013 1:51 pm
Forum: Red Light Camera Ticket
Topic: Red light camera ticket. Moving for emergency vehicle
replies: 9
views: 1847

Re: Red light camera ticket. Moving for emergency vehicle

If OP decides to fight the ticket, can the conviction go to the MTO records?

Considering this is red light camera ticket that was sent to owner of vehicle with no insurance implications.
by diehard
Sat Aug 17, 2013 6:34 pm
Forum: Courts and Procedure
Topic: Help on 11B - which form to use 4F or ??
replies: 1
views: 828

Re: Help on 11B - which form to use 4F or ??

Hello, Need help to decide during the weekend which form to use for serving motion to stay the proceedings under 11b - unnecessary delay for traffic ticket trial- whether I use form 4F or "NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR STAY OF PROCEEDINGS" I have read all excellent posts but got confused between proces...
by diehard
Fri Jul 26, 2013 8:40 am
Forum: Bylaws Pertaining to Traffic
Topic: toronto by-law 132/93 section 3(a) and insurance
replies: 4
views: 1876

Re: toronto by-law 132/93 section 3(a) and insurance

by-law tickets don't appear on your driving record and won't affect your insurance premiums there are some by-law tickets associated with prohibited turns that involve 2 demerit points, but those won't affect your insurance unless you've collected enough points to get your license suspended http://...
by diehard
Thu Jul 25, 2013 2:36 pm
Forum: Bylaws Pertaining to Traffic
Topic: toronto by-law 132/93 section 3(a) and insurance
replies: 4
views: 1876

Re: toronto by-law 132/93 section 3(a) and insurance

Moose wrote:I'm just curious, did you get this on Yonge Street or Dufferin Street Toronto?
Neither.

It wasn't on the 400 series either.
by diehard
Thu Jul 25, 2013 2:02 pm
Forum: Bylaws Pertaining to Traffic
Topic: 11b fax
replies: 1
views: 741

Re: 11b fax

I am faxing my 11b application very soon. I used the Morin and Andrade cases as Juriprudence. My question is do I print out the whole trial transcript and fax it, or just the sections I quoted. Would appreciate a reply asap as I am under the time gun Thanks I remember faxing only only the first few...
by diehard
Thu Jul 25, 2013 9:57 am
Forum: Bylaws Pertaining to Traffic
Topic: toronto by-law 132/93 section 3(a) and insurance
replies: 4
views: 1876

toronto by-law 132/93 section 3(a) and insurance

toronto bylaw 132/93 section 3(a)
"Drive non designated vehicle in reserved lane during prohibited hours"


does it go in your driving records?

will it affect insurance?
by diehard
Thu Jul 11, 2013 12:36 pm
Forum: Criminal Offences
Topic: G license BAC below .05
replies: 9
views: 1418

Re: G license BAC below .05

OPS Copper wrote:it is not a criminal charge. In fact in this case it is not a charge at all.

OPS
I was referring to criminal charges (drug possession, DUI, fraud, etc).
Is that internal database shared too?
by diehard
Thu Jul 11, 2013 10:59 am
Forum: Criminal Offences
Topic: G license BAC below .05
replies: 9
views: 1418

Re: G license BAC below .05

OPS Copper wrote:No.
Sorry to insist, are you sure about that?

I understand a criminal record/conviction information is shared, but aren't charges not shared with the the USA too?

I recall reading an article stating that the Harper government was sharing everything with Uncle Sam.
by diehard
Mon Jul 08, 2013 2:57 pm
Forum: Criminal Offences
Topic: G license BAC below .05
replies: 9
views: 1418

Re: G license BAC below .05

tdottopcop wrote:
OPS Copper wrote: These records are held by the police and kept 'in house' (ie not used for insurance, not on your DL, etc)
Do they share this 'in house' database with US customs? For example, if you enter the USA at any border, can US Homeland check that info?
by diehard
Mon Mar 11, 2013 11:55 am
Forum: Courts and Procedure
Topic: How to appeal 11b decision
replies: 5
views: 703

Re: How to appeal 11b decision

Sorry, i didn't word this correctly. Can i appeal the 11b decision? I was told that i had to plead guilty to the charge and then file an appeal for the 11b. Is this true and how can i find any info on how to do this? yes, you can appeal any decision, but the path is arduous, lots of paperwork and t...
by diehard
Fri Mar 08, 2013 12:50 pm
Forum: Red Light Camera Ticket
Topic: HELP: OPTION 2 - Red Light Camera Ticket
replies: 7
views: 6981

Re: HELP: OPTION 2 - Red Light Camera Ticket

Typically in exchange for a guilty plea the fine can be reduced and the time to pay it can be extended. Not sure how much of a reduction you would be looking at, but friends who have taken this option say their fine was reduced by $100 or so. What is the risk of getting the demerit points if one tr...
by diehard
Fri Mar 08, 2013 12:43 pm
Forum: Courts and Procedure
Topic: How to appeal 11b decision
replies: 5
views: 703

Re: How to appeal 11b decision

what court office was this?
by diehard
Tue Jan 15, 2013 8:51 am
Forum: Courts and Procedure
Topic: How to file an 11B
replies: 94
views: 50081

Re: How to file an 11B

Attended my trial today after filing 11B and won! Will share my experience to help others to prepare for next steps after filing 11B. Offence: Red light - fail to stop Offence date: Feb 11, 2012 Trial date: Jan 10, 2013 Length: 11 months less a day Congratulations. You were within the period, but I...

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