Inquiry: I got a speeding ticket in Northern Ontario – as per ticket – it says “speeding 111 km/h in 70 km/h zone. The police officer forgot to write down the time of infraction on the ticket. Is that helpful in fighting the ticket in court ? The ticket was issued at 8:30 pm at night and I missed the sign for the speed limit changing down to 70. Thanks.
Reponse: The dating issue may or may not be a grounds to have the charge dismissed. i would recommend speaking with one of our staff directly via our toll-free number 1-866-801-8299. Your charge at 41 km/h over the speed limit puts you in the higher-end of the second highest range of speeding offence. If a grounds can not be found to have the charge thrown out, it may be possible to at least have the charge reduced to a lesser offence to protect your insurance and driving record.
Office Manager (London)