Inquiry:  Peace officer wrote me a ticket (Offense Notice) and filled in the Section Number as 209(6)(b) when in fact he should have wrote 209(6)(a) if anything.
Traffic Safety Act is:
(6) No driver of a vehicle shall fail to bring the vehicle to a stop:
(a) at every place where a stop sign is erected;
(b) when approaching a railway crossing, and a signal person or automatic signal indicates the approach of a train.

My question is if I have a case to plead not guilty as I failed to stop at a traffic light on a highway bridge. There is no railway crossing.

Response:  It is possible that you may have a defence to the charge.  Unfortunately we do not cover the area that you are in.

Greg Currie
Office Manager (London)