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I am sorry to hear that this happened to you. This seems to be quite a common occurrence these days.What specifically is your question please?
I cannot possibly know what your chances of winning are because I do not know the facts.
However, what I can tell you with certainty is that the way most people deal with this successfully is that they speak to the officer in the courtroom on the day of the trial and they make a deal with the crown where they plead guilty to a lesser offence and this is generally a good outcome for everyone because the crown likes to make this type of deal to avoid a trial and you will end up having to pay a fine but harming your driving record or insurance rates.
Does that make sense?
It doesn't help. You still breached the laws.
These terms are just describing what they say. You were in the left turn lane, at a red light. Your window are not tinted.
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