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A. That is always an interesting question- a misconception is that we just show up and try to make a deal- Our job is to get you the best possible result and that is what we have been educated to do. We know the courts, we know the personalities of the prosecutors, we know what an officer should be doing in order to find you guilty- that is beyond just showing up to make a deal. We don't settle for mediocre- we also don't get pushed around. We know the law and know what your rights are. There are many of occasions client sit in front of us wanting to appeal something because they were trying to save the money from hiring somebody- a large mistake which costs more in the end. Give us a call- we give you a free quote and accept payments. You will find that the rates to defend your ticket and have someone attend court for you will save you time and money in the end.
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DRIVING WHILE UNDER SUSPENSION IN ONTARIO
Did you receive a summons for driving / drive while under suspension in the province of Ontario? Were you aware that your licence was under suspension? If you were never served a notice of suspension and were not aware your licence was suspended, you may have a defence to the charge of drive / driving while under suspension. In order to be convicted of driving / drive while under suspension, you had to be aware that your licence was suspended or you should have been aware given the circumstances. Before pleading guilty to the charge, it is important you educate yourself on the consequences of a driving / drive while under suspension conviction and whether or not you have a defence to the charge.
What are the consequences associated with a driving / drive while under suspension conviction?
a fine of up to $5,000 custodial sentence for a maximum of six months automatic 6 month licence suspension possible 100% insurance rate increase (or in some extreme cases, your insurance company can drop their coverage)
How can a paralegal from Goal Case Dismissed assist me with my driving / drive while under suspension charge?
A paralegal from our office can determine if you have a defence to the charge. If you were aware that your licence was suspended and there is no foreseeable defence that can be derived from reviewing the evidence for your driving / drive while under suspension charge, the paralegal handling your case will attempt to engage in a plea resolution with the prosecutor to minimize the fine you will face and help prevent you from acquiring a custodial sentence (or help lessen your sentence). In worst case scenarios where a custodial sentence is imposed by the court for your driving / drive while under suspension charge, a paralegal from Road Warriors can negotiate with the court to allow you to serve your sentence on weekends.
Is it worth fighting my driving / drive while under suspension charge?
Yes, it is worth fighting your driving / drive while under suspension charge. If there is no foreseeable defence to your charge, there is always a possibility the prosecutor may be willing to plea negotiate and save you from acquiring the heavy fine and custodial sentence associated with a driving / drive while under suspension conviction.
How much do you charge to fight my driving / drive while under suspension charge?
If you would like to inquire about our rates to fight your driving / drive while under suspension ticket, you may fill up a rate request form here, or contact us at 705-688-1818. .
Believe it or not getting a ticket for speeding just 10 km per hour over the limit can cost you a lot more in the long run than paying a minor fine. Unfortunately, the relationship between tickets, demerit points and your insurance rates is misunderstood by many drivers. However, the relationship is an important one given the impact it can have on your driving record and the amount you pay for your insurance.
Insurance companies actually consider the severity and number of tickets on your driving record, not the number of demerit points you’ve acquired, when calculating your insurance rate. But if that’s the case do demerit points matter at all? Here is what you need to know:
Failing to remain at the scene of a collision Failing to stop for police
Careless driving Racing Exceeding the speed limit by 50 km/h or more Failing to stop for a school bus
Driver of bus failing to stop at unprotected railway crossing
Exceeding the speed limit by 30 to 49 km/h Following too closely
Exceeding the speed limit by 16 to 29 km/h Driving through, around or under a railway crossing barrier Failing to yield the right-of-way Failing to obey a stop sign, traffic light or railway crossing signal Failing to obey traffic control stop sign Failing to obey traffic control slow sign Failing to obey school crossing stop sign Failing to obey the directions of a police officer Driving the wrong way on a divided road Failing to report a collision to a police officer Improper driving where road is divided into lanes Crowding the driver's seat Going the wrong way on a one-way road Driving or operating a vehicle on a closed road Crossing a divided road where no proper crossing is provided Failing to slow and carefully pass a stopped emergency vehicle Failing to stop at a pedestrian crossing Failing to move, where possible, into another lane when passing a stopped emergency vehicle Driving a vehicle that is equipped with or carrying a speed measuring warning device (such as a radar detector) Improper use of a high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane
Failing to lower headlight beam Improper opening of a vehicle door Prohibited turns Towing people - on toboggans, bicycles, skis, for example Failing to obey signs Failing to share the road Improper right turn Improper left turn Failing to signal Unnecessary slow driving Reversing on a highway Driver failing to wear a seatbelt Driver failing to ensure infant passenger is secured Driver failing to ensure toddler passenger is secured Driver failing to ensure child is secured Driver failing to ensure passenger under 16 years is wearing seatbelt Driver failing to ensure passenger under 16 years is occupying a position with a seatbelt
Demerit points and your insurance
Insurance companies generally categorize convictions as “minor”, “major” or “serious”. Major and serious convictions can lead to higher insurance rate increases than minor convictions. Some insurance companies offer a conviction-free discount, if you have no prior convictions on your driving record. One minor ticket might not affect your insurance rating, but you will lose this discount. All infractions that result in the accumulation of demerit points are not necessarily considered serious convictions by insurance companies. For example, making an improper left turn, you can result in two demerit points, but it is considered by insurance companies as only a minor conviction. A major or serious conviction, regardless of the associated demerit points, will result in losing any conviction free discount and a significant increase in your insurance rate. As an illustration, failing to obey a school crossing sign is classified as a major conviction and result in three demerits and a 15% surcharge on your annual premium rate with some insurance companies. Careless driving or speeding in excess of 50 km per hour over the posted speed limit are both serious convictions and either one of these will not only earn you six demerits, but also a 100% surcharge on your insurance rate.
Demerit points and your driver’s license
The Ministry of Transportation in each province sets a limit on the number of demerit points you may acquire before your license is suspended. In Ontario, once a fully licenced driver accumulates six demerit points, a warning letter is sent. Once a driver accumulates nine demerit points, the Ministry may require that he be interviewed and plead his case as to why his license should not be suspended. At 15 or more demerit points, the driver’s license is automatically suspended for 30 days.
So while insurance companies don’t look specifically at demerit points when settling their rates, accumulating them is certain to cost you in the long run. For this reason, all drivers would be well advised to steer clear from breaking the rules of the road and avoid tickets altogether. (http://www.insurancehotline.com/demerit-points-and-your-insurance-rate/)
Stunt Driving Ticket
In 2007 a new section was added to the Highway Traffic Act of Ontario: Stunt Driving (Contest). A Stunt Driving charge is intended to stop, through enforcement, races, contest and stunts from being preformed on Ontario’s Highways.
Stunt Driving charges are laid without discretion and have the effect of tripling your insurance. Fortunately, in many cases a Stunt Driving ticket can be successfully defended in court, and that is where we at Ticket Defenders®* can help you: we know how to examine these cases, assess them, and then create the best possible defence. We are often in a position to save our clients points and thousands of dollars in fines and insurance.
The initial consultation with our ticket defence specialists is always free.
At Ticket Defenders®*, we are aware that every case is unique, and we are here to help you.
How is Stunt Driving defined? (What did I do?)
The following are examples of wording that you might see on your Stunt Driving (Contest) ticket:
Speeding more then 50 km over the posted speed limit Chasing another vehicle (Road Rage) Driving without reasonable consideration of other drivers Attempting to outdistance another driver Repeatedly changing lanes Driving with intention to "lift tires" Deliberately loosing wheel traction Deliberately speeding a motor vehicle Driving with a person in the trunk Driving while not occupying the driver's seat Slowing vehicle to interfere with traffic Driving too close to a pedestrian, or vehicle
What are the penalties if I am convicted of Stunt Driving (Contest)?>
The following are some possible penalties from a Stunt Driving conviction:
licence suspension, ranging from 7 days to 5 years A 7-day car impoundment Fines up to a maximum of $10,000 Imprisonment, up to a maximum of 6 months
Possible penalties from a Careless Driving conviction
As mentioned earlier, Careless Driving is a serious charge. In fact, it is one of the most serious charges laid under the Highway Traffic Act. It is defined as driving without due care and attention and, therefore, it is a broadly worded charge with wide applications. A conviction from a Careless Driving charge is one that often carries devastating consequences, especially from an insurance perspective.
For a Careless Driving conviction, after a minor collision, you can expect the following:
6 demerit points for a period of two years A fine of $490.00 A conviction registered on your driving record Drastic insurance rate increases, for a 3 to 6 year period
For a Careless Driving conviction, after a serious collision, you can expect the following:
An increased fine of up to $1000.00 A prison term of up to 6 months A driving licence suspension of up to 2 years A suspension of the motor vehicle permit, for up to 2 years
We know how scary this can be for you. However, we also know that a Careless Driving ticket can be successfully defended in court.
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