Q&A - It Wasn't a School Zone
Currently, I am disputing a ticket I received back in June; I was clocked on radar doing 60 km/h through a school zone and was alleged to have violated Section 147(1). However, the section of road I was travelling on is a fairly busy two-lane road, and as such the signs indicating the school zone do not have the "30 km/h" speed limit sign under them.
I intend to take pictures of the signs as they stand now (they haven't changed) and obtain proof from the city that they have not been altered since the event.
I am wondering, though, if I may still be in trouble for travelling too fast or if my argument may not hold up as a result (Ie. I was still travelling too fast for a school zone). I assume I can't be charged with something else after the fact, can I?