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Some bad news: The incorrect address is not sufficient to quash the PON. It may provide some evidence that the officer was not 100% attentive to detail which may introduce doubt to his testimony, but only a SMALL amount. That still won't be enough to beat the charge, I think. The officer exceeding the speed limit while he was chasing you is not going to help either; they are allowed to exceed the speed limit in the lawful performance of their duties, even if the reason for doing so is not readily apparent.
Some good news: The photos you took will be admissible. That was good work on your part. You need to date-time stamp them, though, if you haven't already. Send a written request to the Prosecutor's office for disclosure of the Crown's case against you. Keep a copy of it and proof that you sent it and it was received (fax transmission, registered mail, courier etc). Disclosure achieves a number of things, mostly importantly seeing the Crown's evidence against you. Improper disclosure is grounds to stop the proceedings against you, if they don't give you the information. Did the officer definitely have a camera in the car? If it definitely did, include that in your disclosure request, also ask for the officer's driving and disciplinary record. Depending on your approach to it and the evidence you gather, it looks like you could have a solid case here. For more information check out this website: www.ticketcombat.com
As for the stuff about the officer harassing you, etc.... I'm sure you know to leave that out of the courtroom proceedings and in dealings with the Prosecutor. They hear it, without exaggeration, dozens of times each day. It's a sure-fire way to lose credibility.
Anyway that's my take on it, fwiw...