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I am in Alberta and got a speeding ticket 156 on

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I am in Alberta and got a speeding ticket for going 156 on the highway in a 100 zone I got a pink slip summons and there is no fine amount I am wondering how much on avg a fine is so I can Save up and also is it possible to tell them I am a student and don't make enough money to pay it all at once and if I could pay it in installments
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Customer: I have a BC licence and the cop was very nice and did not impound my car or suspend my licence as it was a company car (my parents comany)
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Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Canada Law
Expert:  Legal Ease replied 6 months ago.
The fine can be close to $400. Fortunately this is not considered an excessive speed (160Km/hr or over). But let me explain what you can do. You can plead not guilty. Then in court you can speak to the police officer and try and make a deal. Say you will plead guilty to a lesser speed to reduce the fine and demerit points. The police office will speak to the Crown and they will want to make a deal because they don't want to spend court time on a trial.The fine will be much less.Yes you can ask to pay this over a few months and explain you are a student.
Customer: replied 6 months ago.
I forgot to mention I am studying out if Alberta and comming for my court date will be hard during my school semister can I hire like a fight my ticket person to fight my case for me as I will most probably not be able to make it
Expert:  Legal Ease replied 6 months ago.
Yes you can. They will try to make the same deal that I was explaining to you.

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