I got a ticket for 'improper right turn' form Yonge street onto Holmes ave (small st east of Yonge) however the cop wrote I made the incorrect right turn on Olive ave which is one street north of Holmes ave on Yonge st.
What is the best way to exploit this error?
also, I made the incorrect right turn because there was an illegally parked car (too close to the intersection) so I had to make a really wide turn into Holmes and ended up tapping a car (no damage but other car called the police leading to me getting the ticket).
I will definitely fight the ticket however can i get it cancelled based on the ticket error???
That being said, you could possible make an argument that the error somehow prejudiced your ability to make a full answer and defence, thus constituting a breach of your s. 7 Charter rights, if it has actually prejudiced your ability somehow.
NOTHING I SAY ON HERE IS LEGAL ADVICE.