The road/direction will likely be in your disclosure. Worry about arguing that if it's not in the disclosure, until then, it's a moot point.blade8079 wrote: ↑Jun 7th, 2018 8:35 amReduced speeding ticket
I,ve been recently clocked 30 over and got reduced to 20 over in a 40km/h zone.
The officer did not specify which road it was registered at but simply put intersection name which is ambiguous and can mean that i was traveling on one of 2 roads unless he specifies it in disclosure if it goes to trial?
Can this be argued at trial successfully? He only stopped me about 600m following the intersection which he put in ticket as he was following me after and i did not see him until he turned on the sirens. It was 8ish pm in the evening.
My address is also written incorrectly. The officer stated my old address and not the one I've had on the driving license...
Is it worth going to trial? I know insurance hike is a problem...
Your address isn't a fatal error, so that won't help you.
You can go to trial, and try to settle it before the trial. You can even wait to see if the cop shows. But if it actually goes to trial, the prosecutor has the option of amending the ticket back up to the 30 over. Which probably won't make a difference as far as insurance goes, but will increase your ticket cost, if you lose.