Don't know anything about Quebec specifically, but typically you show up for your trial and talk to the prosecutor before the trial starts. You'd try to work out a deal with them, and then you'd end up pleading guilty to the hopefully reduced charge, which would result in a lower fine. May not save you any money on your insurance, though, as most insurance companies are concerned just with convictions, not the details.kitty911 wrote: ↑ HI Im from ontario and I got a ticket in quebec for speeding months ago and I pleaded not guilty and will be appearing in court next month. I am considering to go for a plea bargain, can you walk me through its process on how it works? am I gonna call the court clerks number to do it? thanks!
Do you speak French? That may be a consideration, as I'm not sure what their obligation is to offer the trial in English or any translation services, especially if you didn't request that when you requested a trial.
Just checked your post history. Because of the severity of your ticket (31 over, which translates to 4 demerits in Ontario), I see that you may be risking a license suspension, depending on how Ontario treats foreign tickets. You really want to get it down under 30 km/h over, which seems like it should be doable.