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JesseVic 01-08-2020 02:07 PM

Incorrect Information on Ticket
I got my first speeding ticket in a couple years, and the officer wrote the wrong postal code, and my old address on the ticket. Both of which have been updated correctly on my license. Any change that invalidates the ticket if I dispute it?

trollface 01-08-2020 02:17 PM

Judge: "Is this licence plate, drivers licenses and your signature on this ticket correct?"
You: "Yes:
You: "But you see, this was my old address, I used to live here"
Judge: "So YOU used to live there?"
You: "Yes"
Judge: "Were you driving your house down hwy 99?"


Errors go against the QUALITY of evidence, not dismisses it entirely.

underscore 01-08-2020 02:54 PM

If your license has your old address on it as well there's another fine for that.

Great68 01-08-2020 03:06 PM

Nope, not a reason to dispute.
The address box is in the "shaded" portion of the ticket.

If you look at the bottom of the ticket you'll see the line:


Information in these areas doesn't even need to be filled in, never mind totally correct.

JesseVic 01-08-2020 04:08 PM

Address was updated on my license. He used an old address, and made up a postal code. Figured it was worth a shot, but likely going to ask for a reduction of cost/points instead.

dared3vil0 01-08-2020 04:10 PM


No, that info means nothing.

Mr.Money 01-08-2020 05:08 PM

it means you get $200 & Pass 'n Go.


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