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CHARGED WITH DISOBEY SIGN: HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT, RSO 1990 Section 182 (2)
182. (1) The Lieutenant Governor in Council may make regulations requiring or providing for the erection of signs and the placing of markings on any highway or any type or class thereof, and prescribing the types of the signs and markings and the location on the highway of each type of sign and marking and prohibiting the use or erection of any sign or type of sign that is not prescribed. R.S.O. 1990, c. H.8, s. 182 (1); 2002, c. 18, Sched. P, s. 32.
Signs to be obeyed
(2) Every driver or operator of a vehicle or street car shall obey the instructions or directions indicated on any sign so erected. R.S.O. 1990, c. H.8, s. 182 (2).

ASK FOR THE POLICE OFFICER’S DISCLOSURE
On Feb 11, 2013 at approximately 10:30 pm, I was heading east towards Ajax exiting the off ramp at Westney Road, travelling about 30-35 km/hour due to the poor weather conditions. There was a mid-size transport truck to the right of my van as I proceeded to the light. As I approached the intersection, very soon after the first pedestrian crossing line the light turned amber. Both myself and the truck continued to turn left, the truck driver crossed the intersection before me because I slowed down while turning. That night it was freezing rain and there was snow on the ground. Just a few days earlier there was one of biggest winter storm to hit the city in five years, on February 11, 2013 we were still feeling the after affects of the storm. I made what I knew to be a safe turn into the intersection. I was stopped by the police officer and when asked “do you know why you were stopped” I answered no. The officer explained that I went through an amber light and the only reason he stopped me instead of the truck was because the truck had crossed the intersection before me. I explained to him that I did not turn on a…...

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