CASE LAW - R v Lambert

BC Courts Coat of ArmsThis case involves a speeding ticket dispute. Mr. Lambert was the second of two vehicles, the first measured in radar at 130 km/h and his at 126 km/h. Mr. Lambert raised a number of issues common to lay people making a dispute. There was an error in the vehicle license number written on the ticket, the way the officer made his notes, that the radar was not sent for recalibration regularly and no log was kept to record testing. In the end, these were not issues that concerned the court and Mr. Lambert was convicted.

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