If you have received a traffic ticket, time is of the essence! Your ticket will likely tell you that you need to enter a plea of not guilty within 15 days of receiving your ticket if you wish to fight it.
Receiving a traffic ticket is the only way many members of society come into any sort of conflict with the law. Although these types of tickets are typically not criminal, they can still have a significant impact on your ability to drive for years to come. All too often, people who receive a traffic ticket head straight to city hall to pay it.
Admitting guilt on a traffic ticket can lead to significant fines and demerit points on your driver’s license as well as increased insurance premiums. In addition to fines and increases in insurance premiums, if you accumulate enough demerit points, your license can be automatically suspended. How many points it takes to have your license suspended will depend on your driving history as well as your class of license.
We suggest that people who are charged with infractions under the Highway Traffic Act contact our office and let us assist you through the process of obtaining disclosure and going through the court process. Admitting
guilt without a proper review of the case against you is not in your best interest. There is no harm to pleading not guilty and waiting to see what the case against you is.
Our office has over 20 years of experience in fighting traffic tickets as well as other quasi criminal offences. We understand the process and the law surrounding traffic tickets. Call us today for a free quote!
When my son was charged with careless driving, Mr. Dubinsky was able to negotiate a lesser charge for him so that he didn’t get any demerit points on his drivers license. I thought he was very professional throughout the whole process and we were very pleased with the outcome.