I was involved in a traffic accident 2 nights ago in Vancouver. I hit another vehicle at an intersection and called the police. I could not remember the details of the accident but I told the police that I was not sure what colour the light was and admitted responsibility that I hit the other car. The police took down all the information, asked me to report to ICBC but did not give me a ticket and did not say th
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I was ticketed for speeding and contested the ticket. I recieved my trial date notice and wasn't able to make that date. I then applied to change the date and was approved. After that, the ticketing officer called (my wife answered) and wanted to change the new date. He said he would call back as he needed to speak with me, but I never heard from him.
I just moved here from Manitoba and have already got my first BC speeding ticket! I was on my motorcycle on the Trans Canada in the construction zones. I was riding behind another motorbike at about 7 car lengths behind him when we passed the cop.
I approached a 4 way stop, and I know without a shadow of a doubt that I stopped. I waited & proceeded straight through the intersection as there were no cars approaching the intersection from any direction. This happened about 10 pm at night, at an intersection about 3 blocks from my home, so it is an intersection I am very familiar with.
A few days ago an off duty police member from another town reported a family member as allegedly committing two traffic infractions. A constable from our local RCMP has attended our home twice to try to serve this family member with the traffic tickets, but has (honestly) come when this family member was at work.
Mr. Soriano was convicted of speeding and fined $138 on April 6, 2010. He subsequently appealed his conviction to the Supreme Court of BC claiming that the verdict was unreasonable because he was not exceeding the speed limit. There was a miscarriage of justice because his hearing was not fair.