So there you have it: a guide to fighting your own speeding ticket. Remember that things can always come up again, so no matter what happens at the end of your speeding ticket case, whether you win or lose, you should keep all your files on-hand. Always be ready to have to deal with things again.
Every year in Ontario, people pay their speeding tickets for which the evidence is lacking because they don’t know how to fight them. For these kind of offences, it is almost always in your best interest to try to fight them. You have very little to lose and much to gain by doing so, and many officers do not take the time to properly prepare a speeding ticket case against you. Whether you follow this guide to fight your own speeding ticket or you hire someone to fight for you, it may be worth giving it a shot.
Remember that this guide is only for Part I offences. More serious offences, such as stunt driving or driving under suspension, can result in much larger penalties and even jail-time. While you can apply some of the basic principles discussed here to these cases, there a lot of other factors that will influence such a case, and you really should get legal advice from someone who knows what they are doing.
We hope the guide has been helpful, and we wish you the best of luck in fighting your own traffic ticket.