Inquiry: I recently got pulled over for failure to stop at a stop sign. The officer underlined “failure to stop for flashing red ligh.” There isn’t a flashing red light at the intersection, there’s a stop sign. Is this probable cause to get this thrown out of court?

Response:  There may potentially be an argument after disclosure has been received and reviewed for the case.  However, as far as a basis of the wording alone on the ticket, no.  Often times Disobey Stop Sign charges can at least be argued down to a lessor offence.  If you would like to have our company represent you in this matter at court, we can be reached via our toll-free number 1-866-801-8299.

Greg Currie
Office Manger (London)