Wait for your appeal, then argue your case. Present your evidence, and hope the JP or judge buys it. If you really do have evidence the officer was off work for 3 weeks before the trial, that should hopefully be enough to convince the JP that the prosecutor should have asked for the case to be rescheduled properly.Kevbo1 wrote: ↑Jan 7th, 2019 11:26 amI went to court for a trial date for speeding. The officer wasn't there and the charge was dismissed. The crown said the officer was sick and he just found out that day. The judge didn't buy it and dismissed. Now the crown is appealing.
The thing is, the officer was off work for 6 weeks (roughly 3 weeks before the court and 3 weeks after). I have evidence to this effect.
The prosecutor is still going ahead with the appeal under the argument he was sick that day, and he just found out.
what do I do?