Traffic Tickets – We fight so you don’t have to!
Legaleze Paralegal successfully fights traffic tickets in Provincial Offences Courts across Ontario, vigorously defending clients who have been charged with a traffic violation covered by the Highway Traffic Act or the Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act.
We fight traffic charges such as:
Traffic Tickets Demerit Points and How they Work
Most Traffic Tickets carry Demerit Points as well as a fine. You don’t “lose” demerit points on your driving record. You start with zero points and gain points for being convicted of breaking certain traffic laws.
Demerit points stay on your driver’s record for two years from the offence date. If you collect enough points, you can lose your driver’s licence.You can also get demerit points on your Ontario’s driver’s licence when you violate driving laws in:
Other Canadian provinces and territories
The State of New York
The State of Michigan
Traffic Tickets Fines
Fines generally range from $85.00 all the way up to $10,000.00 and imprisonment for 6 months and a driving suspension for a first time stunt driving conviction. We can, in most cases, reduce or eliminate the fines or even have the charge dismissed.
Any traffic conviction can have a significant impact on your insurance rates. It can affect your licence especially if you are a G1 or G2 novice driver. If the fines go unpaid they can affect your ability to renew your licence or plates, they can even affect your credit rating and employability.
The traffic professionals at Legaleze Paralegal will fight your traffic charges, protecting you, your licence and your insurance rates, anywhere in Ontario. Let us review your case before you pay the fine or go to court.
We do go to Trial and they know it. Put us to work for you.
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Legaleze Paralegal fights traffic tickets in Caledon, Orangeville, Brampton, Barrie, Newmarket, Guelph, Kitchener, Wasaga Beach, Collingwood, Walkerton, Toronto, Mississauga, Richmond Hill and across Ontario.
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