- Step 1FIGHT THE TICKET
If you don't want to fight your ticket or go to court, read this section!
- Step 2REQUEST A TRIAL
We show you what to do. It only takes 15 minutes. How easy is that!
- Step 3PREPARATION
Preparation is the key to success. Do your homework.
- Step 4PRE-TRIAL STRATEGIES
Your trial has been scheduled. Now the fight begins. Here's what you need to do.
- Step 5TRIAL STRATEGIES
What to do, what to say, and what not to say.
Part 4 End Game
Once you have completed your defence, both you and the prosecution will be called upon to produce final arguments. The best arguments are brief and to the point:
- They should mention the facts that support your story.
- Emphasize inconsistency in the Crown's case.
- Include reasons why your evidence is more compelling than the Crown's.
- End by stating that the charge has not be proven beyond a reasonable doubt and you should be acquitted.
The justice will then sum up the evidence and explain her decision. You should stand when receiving the court's judgement and show no emotion.