If you're from Toronto, you probably all know about the cop always sitting at the church southbound on Dufferin past Finch Ave W.
So on Tuesday I get a ticket for 25KM over (85 in a 60). PLUS a failure to provide ownership, where the cop did not like my photocopy of my ownership (FU), and issued a ticket for it.
Then he told me to go to court saying that I can 1000% get the ownership (non moving violation) off by showing my real ownership. My question is why give the ticket in the first place?
But here's the scam, according to Brent Bauer, a paralegal, it's better to have 2 tickets than 1 because they can quash 1 if you plead guilty to the non moving violation (which does not affect insurance). The cop was trying to make me quash the ownership ticket, but instead Brent claims you can choose which to Quash.
Have you guys heard of this? Does it work?
Just be aware that ANY ticket can effect insurance rates, regardless of demerit points.
A photocopy of the ownership must be a true copy thereof....this the complete front (permit and plate portion) and the complete back (permit and plate portion). The back side copy of the permit will also have proof of the validation of the permit.sabaka wrote:PLUS a failure to provide ownership, where the cop did not like my photocopy of my ownership (FU), and issued a ticket for it.
NOTHING I SAY ON HERE IS LEGAL ADVICE.