Speeding Ticket Case Law

Speeding Court Rulings for Speeding Charges

Regina Vs Bland

Whether evidence of speedometer’s accuracy required, Evidence of speed based on police vehicle speedometer.

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Municipality of Durham Vs ZHU

Use of electronic notes to refresh memory; arguing amending of speed upward to reflect evidence of the actual speed captured by a speed measuring device rather than the reduced-at roadside-speed; and whether ‘usual practice’ meets the test of proof beyond a reasonable doubt.

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Regina Vs Vancrey

The police officer’s usual practice was not proof beyond a reasonable doubt that the device was working properly

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Regina Vs Lounsbury

The police officer’s usual practice was not proof beyond a reasonable doubt that the device was working properly

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Regina Vs Gagetek

It is not necessary for the police officer to have read the entire manufacturer’s manual to be qualified as a radar operator. To put it simply, a police officer is only required to know what is deemed to be essential procedures in order to ensure the device is working accurately.

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