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A 50+ over the limit under s. 128 means you're looking at 6 demerit points, a possible 30 day licence suspension (possible but not necessarily mandatory), and the fine will be set by the judge. Depending on how fast you were going, it will probably be in the $500-$700 range. Pleading guilty to more than 50 over the limit would still drive your insurance rates right through the stratosphere. It might be worthwhile offering to plead guilty to something less, such as 40 km/h over. A lot of insurance companies seem to regard the 45 km/h-50 km/h or more over-the-limit range as the "magic" threshold for raising your rates by as much as twofold.
I would......by the wayI know I should probably be getting a consultation by a traffic law firm
I know you can't smoke around kids but I didn't you could roll them...
http://www.OHTA.ca OR http://www.OntarioTrafficAct.com
Now to answer your question. The demerit points only apply to something you were convicted of or plead guilty to. So if you plead down to 40 km/h over, then you're looking at 4 demerit points as opposed to 6. The option to plead down should be available, depending on the Prosecutor. I have heard that they have been directed to not accept plea bargains for section 172 charges, but that is not the case for section 128. You were charged under section 128. Nonetheless, due to the nature of the charge, I'd recommend seeking a paralegal.