FiGHT Ontario TRAFFIC TICKET
POINTTS™ Traffic Ticket Specialists will help you fight your Ontario Traffic Ticket. Avoid fines, demerit points, increase in insurance and/or licence suspension.
How to Fight Ontario Traffic Ticket
If you’ve received a traffic ticket in Ontario, Canada, there are several steps you can take to fight it. Here’s a guide on how to fight a traffic ticket in Ontario:
Review the ticket
Before you do anything else, take a close look at the ticket. Make sure that all the information on it is accurate and complete. Check the date, time, location, and the description of the violation. If there are any errors or discrepancies, make note of them. These may be useful when you challenge the ticket.
Decide how to plead
Once you’ve reviewed the ticket, you need to decide how to plead. In Ontario, you have four options:
– Guilty: You admit that you committed the violation and agree to pay the fine.
– Speak with a prosecutor with a view to having the charge reduced.
– Not guilty: You deny that you committed the violation and request a trial.
– Guilty with an explanation: You admit that you committed the violation but want to explain the circumstances to a justice of the peace. This option may result in a reduced fine or penalty.
Request a trial
If you choose to plead not guilty, you need to request a trial. You can do this by completing the back of the ticket and mailing it to the address provided. Alternatively, you can request a trial online or in person at a courthouse by completing a form called, Notice of Intention to Appear.
Before your trial, gather any evidence that may help your case. This could include photos, videos, witness statements, or any other documentation that supports your defence. Be sure to organize your evidence and have it ready to present in court.
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Consult with a POINTTS™ Traffic Ticket Specialist
If you’re unsure about how to proceed, you may want to consult with POINTTS™ – The Traffic Ticket Specialists. They can provide you with strategies on how to fight the ticket and represent you in court if necessary. Keep in mind that their services may come with a fee.
Attend your trial
On the day of your trial, arrive at the courthouse or sign on via their Zoom link early and be prepared to wait. When your case is called, present your evidence and argue your case to the justice of the peace. Be respectful and polite, and answer any questions the justice may have. After both sides have presented their cases, the justice will make a decision.
Appeal the decision (if necessary)
If you’re unhappy with the decision, you may be able to appeal. You can do this by filing a Notice of Appeal within 30 days of the decision. You’ll then need to attend an appeal hearing where a different judge will hear your case. Keep in mind that appealing a decision can be time-consuming and expensive.
In summary, if you’ve received a traffic ticket in Ontario, there are several steps you can take to fight it. Review the ticket, decide how to plead, request a trial, gather evidence, consult with a POINTTS™ Traffic Ticket Specialist, attend your trial, and appeal the decision if necessary. By following these steps and being prepared, you may be able to successfully challenge the ticket and avoid paying the fine.
Safe driving everyone, until next time!
Why Choose POINTTS™
If you are facing a traffic ticket offence in Ontario, it is crucial to seek legal counsel from a POINTTS™ Traffic Ticket Specialist. By hiring a Traffic Ticket Specialist, you can receive expert guidance on your legal options and protect your rights in court. They can also help you navigate the legal process and ensure that you receive a fair trial.
Furthermore, with the help of a Traffic Ticket Specialist, you may be able to reduce the penalties associated with a traffic ticket offence and avoid some of the long-term implications. These implications may include hefty fines, mandatory license suspensions, demerit points, and increased insurance rates.
Overall, hiring a Traffic Ticket Specialist from POINTTS™ can be an excellent investment.
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