Heard it on the CBC radio news today:
Some Ducati rider was caught going over 200 kph in a 60 zone somewhere fairly remote on the Island, and was handed a charge (or a number of charges) for that. They wanted to claim his bike, and started the process, but he disputed said process. The judge found, that because the rider was speeding in a remote and unpopulated stretch - where there were no roads, driveways, or people - it couldn't be proven that the rider wilfully and wrecklessly endangered anyone, so the attempt to claim his Ducati was quashed.
The rider gets to keep his bike. And, incidentally, according to the radio broadcast, said rider has had 39 driving violations registered against his license, and numerous suspensions, over his riding/driving career.