This happened in Ontario and is going back quite a few years now, just a month or so before the stunt driving laws hit the books. I turned onto my road home, 10pm saturday night in the summer, beautiful out. I followed two cars left onto my road and we all waited for 2 other cars going the same way from the other direction that only had a yield. I went and was then the fifth car in the column in a 50km zone for .8km and then 80km until my house 5km later with a few bends. As I cleared the 50 zone(not speeding) a few cars passed in the other direction. The car in front of me turned off and the other three I dont know for sure, one I saw down a farm road and the other two were just gone. I was alone on the road and just cruising home. I continued home and as I reached my house I saw the flashing lights and sirens and thought a cop needed to pass me then I realized he was pulling me over and I honestly thought he must need help or something. A ticket was the last thing on my mind as I was probably mid 80’s at the most, maybe a peak of 90 but not likely. He asked me how fast I was going and I told him the truth, 85, maybe 90 at the most. He said “how about 117 in a 50?” which pretty much floored me. I said I wasn't going that fast and there is no 50 here, and he said “yes, you were, back at the turn off, want to see the reading?” and I said no, that I know I was not doing that speed, I drive the road every day and I don't do that. I figured I was not going to win an argument and he said he would drop it down to 78 in a 50 which would be a fine around 300bucks I think and 3 points. He then told me that if I decided to fight it, he would tell the judge what my original speed was and the judge wouldn't be happy. I just shut up and took my ticket knowing that's the best at that point. I figured I got away for so many years I will just pay the ticket and that will be that but when it came time to sign it and mail it in I just couldn't do it. I knew I was right and I just couldn't pay it and live with myself so I decided to fight it. I had no idea the process to fight a ticket, so I called a paralegal in the area and sat down and reviewed the map and my story and said he would take it to court with me. It would actually cost me a bit more than the ticket but it would save me the 3 points and at least I wouldn't be mad forever. It is really hard to accept when you are falsely accused, I just couldn't pay it. When we went to court the Judge called my case and the prosecutor said first off that the officer who laid the charges attended court and that he(prosecutor) informed him he would not be needed and could leave. He then asked the judge if he would withdraw the charges due to issues with line of sight of the defendant's vehicle and the officer making a note on the back of the ticket that “*note, did lose sight of target vehicle for a short time while turning around to pursue”. Judge asked me if I was okay with that and it was over. I dont know why the cop wrote that on there, but it got me out of the charge. If I knew how to do my own disclosure I probably could have beat it on my own. I really think the whole court thing was just for show as the paralegal must have known that was on the ticket and it was getting dropped. He just let the prosecutor go through that so I felt like I got my day in court. Still, at least I won, thanks, Beet.