Question: I received a speeding ticket in Cambridge for doing 73km/h in a 50km/h zone – first offence in over 15 years of driving. The date written on the ticket was incorrect. Is this grounds for dismisal.
Answer: The incorrect date may be a grounds for a dismissal. I would recommend having one of our staff review the ticket and discuss the details of your case. At 23 km/h over the speed limit, the charge carries 3 demerit points. Depending on your driving record and the details of your case, we may be able to reduce the demerit points to zero or have the charge eliminated completely.
Amanda Case, Licenced Paralegal