Inquiry:  I got a speeding ticket of 75KM in a 60KM zone. However on the ticket to officer wrote the year of my birth date as 1976 instead of 1979 and he wrote the address as Woodlawn Road/River Road Wainfleet instead of Woodlawn Road/River Road Welland. Are either or both of these offenses reasons to dispute the ticket?

Response:  This issues would almost certainly not  be critical errors.  The charge itself was also likely lowered from a higher rate of speed.  However, you may have other grounds to contest the charge upon that could be examined once a disclosure of evidence has been received from the Prosecutor’s Office.  If you would like to review your case in more detail, we offer a no-cost initial review of cases via our toll-free number 1-866-801-8299.

Greg Currie
Office Manager (London)