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Mayor / Maire

Re: Just signed up! Moderator response time


@khalilnadeem1 wrote:

I don’t know that I will go for trialling 

please show me a way 

thanks for you’re help any way 


If it's anything like BC traffic tickets, you need to dispute the ticket. Then they set a trial date. Just standing there pleading innocence won't do anything. You need to show that the accusation is false. You're innocent to start of course. But they will present evidence to prove that you did the crime. You need to refute that evidence.

Not disputing it implies a guilty plea and you take your lumps.

 

Edit: oh and the cards are stacked against you in the system. The cop is never wrong donchaknow. /s

Deputy Mayor / Adjoint au Maire

Re: Just signed up! Moderator response time

I HIGHLY doubt they are going to set you free if you come up with records showing you weren't on a call.

 

Could have been writing a text or an email for that matter.

Could have been looking at a web page.

listening to music or watching TV!

pluging in the charging cable.

 

All are distractions that don't involve call records.

 

AE_Collector

 

 

Re: Just signed up! Moderator response time


@z10user4 wrote:

@khalilnadeem1 wrote:

I don’t know that I will go for trialling 

please show me a way 

thanks for you’re help any way 


If it's anything like BC traffic tickets, you need to dispute the ticket. Then they set a trial date. Just standing there pleading innocence won't do anything. You need to show that the accusation is false. You're innocent to start of course. But they will present evidence to prove that you did the crime. You need to refute that evidence.

Not disputing it implies a guilty plea and you take your lumps.


Also, if the police have video of you with the phone in your hand and they present that, it's going to be hard to beat this.

Re: Just signed up! Moderator response time


@AE_Collector wrote:

I HIGHLY doubt they are going to set you free if you come up with records showing you weren't on a call.

 

Could have been writing a text or an email for that matter.

Could have been looking at a web page.

listening to music or watching TV!

pluging in the charging cable.

 

All are distractions that don't involve call records.

 

AE_Collector

 

 


Even just picking up the phone to look at the clock would probably be considered distracted driving.

Deputy Mayor / Adjoint au Maire

Re: Just signed up! Moderator response time

I can't recall now... are the distracted driving laws federal or is each province different. I know there are frequently disputes in the news in BC but I think it is rare to get charges overturned.  

AE_Collector

Town Hero / Héro de la Ville

Re: Just signed up! Moderator response time

@khalilnadeem1  You could luck out and the cop doesn't show up.

Great Citizen / Super Citoyen

Re: Just signed up! Moderator response time


@AE_Collector wrote:

I HIGHLY doubt they are going to set you free if you come up with records showing you weren't on a call.

 

Could have been writing a text or an email for that matter.

Could have been looking at a web page.

listening to music or watching TV!

pluging in the charging cable.

 

All are distractions that don't involve call records.


EXACTLY! Might have been sittin' there playin' a game of Boom Beach, Candy Crush, or, dare I say.... Sudoku! 😉 

Great Citizen / Super Citoyen

Re: Just signed up! Moderator response time


@darlicious wrote:

@khalilnadeem1  You could luck out and the cop doesn't show up.


Methinks that's about the only way @khalilnadeem1  is gonna "beat the rap".

Town Hero / Héro de la Ville

Re: Just signed up! Moderator response time

@CannonFodder  It works for no bicycle helmet tickets but I think they take distracted driving a little more seriously.

Great Citizen / Super Citoyen

Re: HOW DO I GET A COPY OF MY CALL LOG HISTORY??

it won't help in court ! if you held phone in your hand !

 

but you can see call history don't worry .