When looking to hire a representative to represent you in the Provincial Offences Court, it’s a good idea to consider not just the fees but also the service. As an example, NG Legal Services Professional Corporation receives calls from clients that are not happy about the fact that they hired someone to fight and they were treated like a number. This isn’t always the case, but some representatives are concerned about keeping costs as low as possible and for this reason they keep their availability to the client as low as possible as well.
As it is well known, when it comes to attending a trial or attending court, there are no guarantees, however NG can provide only one (1) guarantee, “you pay NG to represent you and we represent you”, NG’s rates are reasonable and always communicate instructions, steps to be taken, advise on the best course of action and leave no rock un-turned, NG can help you achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
As legal service providers, NG stands apart from volume based firms, our service is personal, just the way it should be, NG doesn’t send forms online for you to sign (unless its more efficient for you to do so), we sit down and discuss each matter personally, if this is the type of service you seek, than NG is the place you want to go when charged with an offence, it is important to seek the advice from someone like NG to help you fight the charge and protect your legal rights. NG is a Paralegal firm that provides Legal services to clients facing traffic charges in Toronto and the surrounding areas.
Getting a Traffic charges in Ontario can have serious consequences, such as fines, demerit points on your license, higher insurance rates, and even jail time. If you are facing a traffic charge in Ontario, it's important to understand the types of traffic charges that exist in Ontario and the potential penalties associated with them. Here are some types of traffic charges in Ontario along with the set fines and possible consequences ( this below descriptions is not to be relied on, if you have received a traffic charge then please call 647-317-1908 for the appropriate advice):
* Stunt driving
- Fine up to $10,000, license suspension for up to 2 years, up to 6 months of jail time and vehicle impoundment for up to 14 days.
* Careless driving - Fine up to $2,000, possible license suspension, and up to 6 months of jail time.
* Dangerous driving - Fine up to $50,000, up to 5 years of jail time, and a possible license suspension for up to 10 years.
* Failure to stop for a school bus - Fine up to $2,000 and 6 demerit points.
* Failure to remain at the scene of an accident - Fine up to $2,000 and a possible license suspension of up to 2 years, 7 demerit points on your license and/or imprisonment up to 6 months.
* Driving with a suspended license - Fine up to $5,000, up to 6 months of jail time, and a possible license suspension extension.
* Driving a vehicle that is not roadworthy - Fine up to $2,000 and a possible vehicle impoundment.
* Driving without insurance - Fine up to $5,000 for a first offense and license suspension for up to 1 year.
* Driving without a license - Fine up to $1,000 for a first offense and license suspension for up to 1 year.
* Driving a vehicle with unauthorized plates - Fine up to $2,000.
* Driving a vehicle with an obstructed view - Fine up to $1,000.
* Driving with an expired license or registration - Fine up to $110.
* Failing to properly wear a seat belt - Fine up to $1,000 and 2 demerit points.
* Failing to yield to a pedestrian - Fine up to $1,000 and 3 demerit points.
* Failing to share the road with a cyclist - Fine up to $1,000 and 3 demerit points.
* Improper passing or lane changes - Fine up to $2,000 and 2-3 demerit points.
* Failing to use signals when required - Fine up to $500 and 2 demerit points.
* Obstructing traffic - Fine up to $110.
* Driving a vehicle with excessive noise - Fine up to $110.
* Failing to properly secure a load - Fine up to $2,000.
* Overloading a vehicle - Fine up to $20,000 and a possible vehicle impoundment.
* Driving in a closed lane or emergency lane - Fine up to $110 and 3 demerit points.
* Failing to pay a toll or fare - Fine up to $1,000.
* Failing to display a proper license or permit - Fine up to $1,000.
* Driving while holding or using a handheld device - Fine up to $1,000 and 3 demerit points.
* Driving with an unsecured load - Fine up to $2,000 and possible vehicle impoundment.
* Driving without proper headlights or taillights - Fine up to $110.
* Driver – fail to properly wear seat belt – Fine up to $200, and two (2) demerit points.
* Failure to report an accident - Fine up to $1,000.
* Failure to stop for a red light - Fine up to $500 and 3 demerit points.
* Failure to stop for a stop sign - Fine up to $500 and 3 demerit points.
One of the main advantages of hiring NG to fight your traffic charges is experience in the field. NG also works with a network of some of the most experianced Paralegals and Traffic Ticket Lawyers that are located all over Ontario and that have extensive knowledge of Ontario's traffic laws and the legal system, and use this knowledge to develop a strong defense strategy for your case. NG understands the intricacies of traffic law, and knows how to challenge the evidence presented by the prosecution.
Another reason to hire NG is the commitment to the clients. NG understands that facing a traffic charge can be a stressful and overwhelming experience, NG is dedicated to providing personalized and compassionate representation to the clients. NG will work closely with you to understand the specifics of your case and develop a strategy that best suits your needs.
When you hire NG you can rest assured that your case is in good hands. NG is committed to achieving the best possible outcome for the clients and will fight tirelessly to protect your legal rights. If you are facing a traffic charge in Ontario, don't hesitate to reach out to NG Legal Services Professional Corp for paralegal services.
NG’s network operates throughout Ontario, suffice to say no matter where in Ontario you have been charged NG can get the job done. NG Legal Services Professional Corporation is Located in Toronto but serves multiple areas. If you have received a traffic ticket in any city in Ontario, you can contact NG to schedule a consultation and learn more about how NG can help you with your case by calling 647-317-1908
Q: What should I do if I receive a traffic ticket?
A: If you receive a traffic ticket, it is crucial to seek legal advice
from a paralegal as soon as possible. They can provide guidance based on
their expertise in traffic laws and help you make informed decisions.
Q: Can I ignore a traffic ticket?
A: Ignoring a traffic ticket is not advisable. It's important to address
the ticket promptly and seek legal advice from a paralegal as soon as
possible to understand the potential consequences and your options.
Q: Will a traffic ticket affect my insurance rates?
A: Traffic tickets can have an impact on your insurance rates.
Consulting with a paralegal can help you understand how a ticket may
affect your specific situation and explore potential strategies to
minimize the impact.
Q: Can I fight a traffic ticket on my own?
A: While it is possible to represent yourself, it is strongly
recommended to seek legal advice from a paralegal. They can analyze your
case, identify potential defenses, and guide you through the legal process.
Q: How can I contest a traffic ticket?
A: Contesting a traffic ticket requires a thorough understanding of
traffic laws and the legal process. Seeking legal advice from a
paralegal is crucial to build a strong defense strategy.
Q: Can I negotiate with the prosecutor for a reduced penalty?
A: In many cases, negotiating with the prosecutor is possible. However,
it's essential to have the expertise of a paralegal to guide you through
the negotiation process and help achieve the best possible outcome.
Provincial Offenses charged under the Highway Traffic Act & Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act:
Seat Belt Violations
Failing to Stop
Red Light Ticket
Driving under Suspension
Driving without a License
Hand Held Communication Device
Driving with no Insurance
Failing to remain at the scene of an accident
Provincial Offenses charges that apply to commercial vehicles under the Public Vehicles Act
Drive Commercial Motor Vehicle No License
Use of Other Person’s license
Operate Unsafe Vehicle
Speeding 21km or more over the posted speed limit
Fail to Drive in Marked Lane
Disobey Crossing Gate
Driver in Possession of more than one (1) daily log
Fail to Stop Commercial Vehicle for Inspection
Exceed 13 Hours Driving without eight (8) hours off