I don't think it's abnormal for you not to get disclosure until closer to the trial date. You're still 3 or 4 months away. And e-mail isn't typically an "official" way to request disclosure, so you might want to follow up with a fax or form.I3lade wrote: ↑Oct 10th, 2018 12:13 amI got a ticket in January 2018 for going 77km on a 50km. Trial was set for January 2019.
No disclosure have been made available to me yet, I have emailed three times over the last nine months, and only the last email (start of Sept.) came back with a response that disclosure was not yet ready and I would be contacted once available...Is this a normal occurrence?
Also, I recently drove by the same road and noticed that the speed limit has been increased to 60km. Would this affect my situation in any way?
And no, the speed limit change won't affect your situation. At the time of your infraction, the speed limit was 50. That's all that counts. Even if it did, it would go from 27 over to 17 over, and you'd be convicted (or not) the same either way. Just a question of how much the fine would be. The insurance impact would be the same, most likely.