Questions about Ontario Traffic Offences?

If you recently received an Ontario traffic ticket, you may not be aware of all of your options. Before you simply pay the ticket and plead guilty, it's important that you understand how doing so could affect you.

Our team of experienced traffic ticket specialists can help you understand the best course of action to take when you receive a traffic ticket. In most cases we're able to get your fine and/or demerit points reduced and save your driving record.

Contact us for a free consultation today.

Do I need a lawyer to represent me in Traffic Court?
Should I appear in court with my agent?
If I plead guilty with an explanation, will the court reduce my demerit points?
My driving record is clean. Does this help when fighting my ticket in court?
The police officer did not mention anything about demerit points. How can I find out if there are any?
I was charged outside Toronto . Can I request a trial in any other Ontario Provincial Court closer to my residence?
I am awaiting my trial. Should I inform the insurance company of this before renewing my policy?
I have already admitted my fault in the statement given to the police officer. Can I still plead not guilty?

Do I need a lawyer to represent me in Traffic Court? | Top |

Our professional court agents are experts in Traffic Law. Usually, lawyers prefer to deal with more serious charges and accordingly, their hourly fees are much higher than our fixed rates. Our legal representatives help you achieve the best results at a fraction of the cost a lawyer would charge.

Should I appear in court with my agent? | Top |

In most cases we do not require you to be present in court unless it is necessary for cross examination. We take care of your traffic tickets from the very beginning to the end, so you don't have to spend the time and effort filing tickets and appearing in court.

If I plead guilty with an explanation, will the court reduce my demerit points ? | Top |

The Judge is not allowed to reduce your points regardless of the explanation. The best deal you may reach with this plea is a reduction of your fine and some extra time to pay it.

My driving record is clean. Does this help when fighting my ticket in court? | Top |

No. This is only considered when determining your penalty.

The police officer did not mention anything about demerit points. How can I find out if there are any? | Top |

Demerit points are added to your Driver's Licence by the Ministry of Transportation upon conviction. If you are convicted of an offence, the notification is sent from the Court to the Ministry. In order to find out the number of points arising from your ticket, you may consult with our traffic court specialists over the phone or send a FREE CONSULTATION REQUEST by email.

I was charged outside Toronto . Can I request a trial in any other Ontario Provincial Court closer to my residence? | Top |

Your trial can only be conducted within the jurisdiction of the Regional Court where the traffic ticket was issued. Our services, however, cover not only the Greater Toronto Area, but the entire province of Ontario.

I am awaiting my trial. Should I inform the insurance company of this before renewing my policy? | Top |

If your traffic ticket arose from a motor vehicle accident, the insurance company is already aware of it. In all other cases it is better to get the judgment first, hoping you might win.

I have already admitted my fault in the statement given to the police officer. Can I still plead not guilty? | Top |

Yes, you can. The Crown must prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. You are entitled to a Fair Trial. Your previous statement cannot be used against you.




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