Class 5 Road Test booked after court date
So I disputed my Traffic Violation Ticket of 'Use of Electronic Device while driving' and thanks to these forums I have created a case to argue in my defense where I wasn't 'using' my cell phone. I currently have my earliest Class 5 road test booked for after my court date. My questions are:
- If I am found guilty of the offense on my court date before my booked class 5 test, will I not be able to go for my class 5? As the law states that if I receive a ticket while I am an 'N or class 7 driver,' I will be required to wait another year or so until I am able to go for my class 5 test again. Also this ticket carries enough points to take my license away
- To simply just get my Class 5, should I just not show to court and attend my class 5 road test exactly one week after my road test? Or will myself not showing up indicate guilt and postpone my ability to take the road test on my scheduled date?
- Also this ticket carries enough points to take my license(Class 7) away, so even if I do go for my class 5 and pass/fail. Will they not just take my license after my test?
Alternatively, I had asked for the officer's notes on the ticket about more than a month ago and the officer still has not sent them my way. I've got proof of the conversation all on email, the officer stating that he would email me the notes. If the officer doesn't decide to pull a fast one on me and send me their notes within the week(my court date is next Tuesday) then I plan to ask the JP to adjourn the court date to a later time because the officer hasn't yet to send me their notes.
Thank-you and I'm looking forward to someone's response.
I found a question in the forum "Does Any ticket prohibit you from class 5 exam?"
So if my court date and class 5 test are within a week from each other, the paperwork probably won't be processed fast enough? So then if I will be able to go for my class 5 test and I will be treated as a Class 5 driver and thus my license will not be taken away? Can someone clarify?'