A Vancouver Island Grandma has been nailed with an excessive speeding ticket worth $2,800 in fines.
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Nanaimo grandmother fights excessive speeding ticket
A Nanaimo grandmother is fighting her excessive speeding ticket, saying while she admits to driving over the limit, the punishment does not fit the crime. Brad MacLeod reports.
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