Fight Your Tickets: A Comprehensive Guide to Traffic Tickets

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Goodworks Press, 2010 - Traffic courts - 363 pages
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Great book. I would give it an A or 10 out of 10.
Would highly recommend it to the layperson, if
you want to have your tickets overturned.

Contents

Canadian Judicial System
27
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
33
Caselaw and Jurisprudence
45
Absolute and Strict Liability Offences
53
Defence of Necessity
67
Right to Drive
73
Child Support Payments and the H T A
79
Youve Received a Ticket
91
The Trial
173
Pleadings and Motions Before the Court
191
Reasons for Having My Tickets Dismissed
203
Conviction Notice
213
Appealing a Conviction or Sentence
219
NonResident Fighting An Ontario Ticket
225
A Legal Definitions
235
Set Fines and Victim Fine Surcharges
255

Options When You Receive a Ticket
99
Challenge a Speeding Ticket and Win
107
Laser Radar
117
Notice of Trial
131
Disclosure
137
Prior to the Trial
145
The Players
153
How to Win a Ticket Without Fighting It
163
Insurance Rates
265
E Accident Reporting
269
G Demerit Points Fines Fees Surcharges
283
H Green Alternatives Motorcycles Mopeds eBikes
297
Notes
305
Bibliography
362
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