Hello Troy,

The only legal advice we give is regarding the defence of charges. So this is not legal advice, but I think the prudent thing to do would be to start by contacting the court to determine if there are convictions on your record. There are a couple of possibilities:

1. Perhaps you were mistaken and you were actually convicted;

2. Perhaps the court clerk made an error;

3. Perhaps the increase is as a result of another ticket.

If you are able to determine that it was as a result of a charge that you were acquitted of, you should probably bring your acquittal to the attention of your insurance company.

Good luck

Best Regards,


Subject Other driving charge
Name Troy
Inquiry I received a ticket about 2 years ago i fought it , beat it and was never
convicted up until now it never affected my insurance. I got a letter in
the mail stating my insurance has gone up 100/month because i have that
ticket on my record any advice?