Interesting approach although I'm not sure how much this will change things if I do this in advance vs. show up to court on the day of and mention the lack of a disclosure, especially if they intend on handing it to me on the day of (as hedo mentioned) anyways.You have a short window since you've still not been to court.
Go to the courthouse and extend the court date.
The reason will be that you did not receive disclosure, make sure to show them the form (they may not even look at it).
They will extend the court date to a later date and advise you that they will not extend the next date.
They will advise you to request disclosure a second time and it is recommended that you do this.
You will have a much stronger case to show the JP on the date of your court date if you still did not have disclosure despite requesting it twice (with proof to back that up).
The next part depends on if you actually get disclosure or not but until then, you should hire proper legal representation so that this ticket will be reduced or thrown out.
- Most likely, being dropped to failure to obey sign, typical B.S that will allow the court to collect funding from you while keeping your record clean.
I'm less inclined to hire a paralegal as most often times they settle for a reduced charge (which is usually all they promise), but with it still showing up on your record its considered the same in the eyes of insurance, meanwhile you're out another $400+ for the paralegal hire.