Inquiry:  I received a ticket for going through a stop sign. I remember quite clearly that I did the stop but the officer still issued me the ticket after trying to argue with him that I did stop. I received his notes and he wrote that I never stopped and also said that he had clear view of all the stop signs.

I went back to his point of view and there is no way he could have seen me stop and see the stop sign because there is a big hegde in the way of the sign and the white line.

How can I introduce my argument? Ive taken pictures of the 3 way intersection but the notes dont
say exactly where he was parked. This is my first ticket ever in the 11 years I have been driving. Been pulled over once for a expired plate but that was my dad’s fault for not renewing his car’s plate. Just got a
warning for that.

Response:  Unfortunately we can not direct defendants how to act on their own regarding court filings or court procedure.  If your case will be proceeding to trial, you may wish to hire a licenced paralegal to act on your behalf at Court to ensure the best odds of winning the trial and avoiding any legal misteps that could result in your conviction.  If you would like to have us represent you at court, we offer a no-cost initial review of files via our toll-free number 1-866-801-8299.

Greg Currie
Office Manager, London