I've had a 2004 Chevy Impala for about 5 years now, and never had an issue with the tint. The previous owner had the tint installed, and never had an issue. I kept the tint because I have a sensitivity to light. I've even had officers before, tell me that it wasn't too dark. My friend gets pulled for "speeding" which was scientifically impossible at the location he was in. The cop "waived" the speeding ticket, and issued 2 tickets for $114 each, for having my front window and back window too dark. It's not his car. How can he fight this?
Charges - including tickets do not magically disappear.
Unless there is either insufficient proof, or if the police have exceeded their mandate then the only way that charges go away with the assistance of a skilled and experienced criminal defense lawyer.
In my opinion, the best defense for any traffic citation anywhere is to hire a local traffic ticket lawyer. I can't speak to the 407 area per se but in Miami, Fl, where I have been a practicing criminal defense lawyer for nearly a quarter of a century, there are many skilled and experienced traffic lawyers who know the law, the procedure, the Judge and probably the cop. In short you will almost certainly get both competent representation and a better result for a relatively small fee / investment.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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