In case of PARKING TICKET, you have two options
In case of NOT A PARKING TICKET, you have three options
Note: If you do not choose one of the above options within 15 days of receiving the ticket, or if you do not appear for your trial, a Justice of the Peace will review your case & may enter a conviction without you there.
(a) You should respond within 15 days, otherwise you would be convicted of the offences offence, you are charged with.
(b) In case you are convicted, you would be required to pay the set fine, court costs & the victim fine surcharge by the due date.
(c) If fine is not paid after conviction by due date then it may lead to one of following: -
Stating, “You don´t think you were going as fast as the officer clocked you”, is not a valid defence for your case. Actually, on the contrary, this sort of statement would help to convict you of the speeding ticket.
For example, if you feel that you were only speeding 10 km over the limit but the officer gave you a ticket for 20 over the limit. You disclose this in court, you are still admitting to speeding.