please someone help me
Choose option 3 (trial). If you have a good explanation for the Prosecutor (which, it sounds like you do), they might withdraw the charge. You could also plea-bargain to a lesser infraction, if nothing else. Of course, you'd have to schedule a trial (not really a big deal) and go from there. Let us know what you decide to do.paramedic2010 wrote:my question is do you think it is in my best interest to fight this ticket given the curcumstances.
If you're not comfortable with court proceedings, you could also consult a paralegal for help.
http://www.OntarioTicket.com OR http://www.OHTA.ca
Really? If the OP is being 100% honest, that sounds like a dangerous situation that I would like to keep my family and my shiny car out of, exiting whatever way I could. Wouldn't you?FyreStorm wrote:You broke the law, you knew the risks and chose to risk getting a ticket, you got the ticket...pay it, move on...
However I wonder why the cop gave him a ticket. Was the situation not as bad as portrayed by the OP? Or maybe he was driving the wrong way in a way that inhibited the responding officers. If it was a 30 person fight in the middle of the road and the OP had distanced himself and continued to safely back up until he reached a side road or other exit, any reasonable cop wouldn't have issued a ticket. This makes me wonder. however if there is any merrit to the story whatsoever than he may have a good case in court.