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If you find yourself facing an Ontario traffic tickets it is crucial to seek legal advice from professional Paralegals. Ticket Defenders® offers a free initial consultation to assist you in navigating the legalities of your case. When you have been charged with a moving violation like exceeding the speed limit, careless driving, dangerous driving, or any other traffic offense, our law firm is available to provide guidance and support. Our experienced team can help you understand your options and develop a plan to protect your licence and minimize any potential consequences.
How do I find out if my Ontario traffic tickets carry demerit points?
Demerit points are a system designed to monitor and deter traffic violations. Each time a driver is convicted of an offense, they receive a certain number of demerit points based on the severity of the violation. If a driver accumulates too many demerit points within a specified period, they may face penalties such as license suspension or loss of licensing. Demerit points may indirectly affect your car insurance rates and stay on your driving record for two years from the date the offence was recorded. See a full list of the demerit point system here:
How Does a Professional Paralegal Help?
Our Legal services help individuals navigate the complexities of the legal system in both major cities and the surrounding smaller regions. Our focus is exclusively on defending driving offenses, we are not a full-service law firm that takes on whatever type of legal work they can. We have a clear focus on the defence of driving offences in Ontario, Canada. This allows us to focus on the specific details of traffic law. These professional legal services include everything from providing legal advice, representing clients in court, and drafting documents. Every Paralegal in the Firm is licensed by the Law Society of Ontario. The best way to find out if you have a defence to your charge is to call our law office for a free consultation today.
What qualifications are required to become a paralegal in Ontario, Canada?
Becoming a paralegal in Ontario requires completing a recognized paralegal education program and passing the Paralegal Licensing Exam. However, these are not the only requirements. Applicants must also possess good character, meet English language proficiency requirements, and pass a criminal record check. These prerequisites ensure that individuals entering the paralegal profession are competent and capable of providing quality legal services to clients. Once licensed, paralegals can represent clients in various main practice areas such as small claims court, traffic court, provincial offences court, and administrative tribunals. They can also work in law firms or legal departments of corporations and government agencies assisting Lawyers with incorporation documents, franchise law, franchise agreements, commercial transactions, business law, arbitration, leasing, mergers, preparation of corporation documents, real estate law, and various other legal services.
Can I Have My Free Consultation Today At A Law Firm Near Me?
Our in offices meetings are by appointment only, please see our sitemap below for a full list of our locations. For a free telephone consultation please call us at your convenience toll free throughout Canada, Monday through Friday from 8:30- 5:00. If it is beyond regular office hours, feel free to send us an email and one of our Agents will contact you promptly when our office reopens the next day. We also invite you to review our many 5 star google reviews to hear from our satisfied customers who we successfully defended on their legal matters.
Facing loss of demerit points Ontario licence, contact our traffic ticket fighters
Receiving a traffic ticket, such as failing to stop at a stop sign or distracted driving, can have significant consequences on your driving record. It is important to consider the potential impact it may have on your license and insurance rates. If you find yourself in this situation, contacting a team of experienced traffic ticket fighters can help you avoid penalties such as points, fines, and license suspensions. These professionals will work tirelessly to defend your case and represent you in court. With their knowledge of traffic laws, they can help reduce or dismiss the charges against you, giving you peace of mind and avoiding any adverse effects on your driving record.
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Ticket Defenders®, Burrows Professional Corporation
290 King Street East
Kitchener ON N2G 2L3
Mail directed to: Toronto, Oakville, Mississauga (areas of Peel), Newmarket, Ottawa, Richmond Hill and all other locations should be directed to our head office.
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