How do you (or can you) get out of a speeding ticket or traffic ticket?

So, you have decided to fight your own traffic ticket or speeding ticket. This tutorial and resource section has been provided by us to take you step by step through the process of fighting your own traffic ticket or speeding ticket. We also included some brief hints and pointers to consider for each step taken when fighting your traffic ticket. We know how frustrating it can be to wait for hours on end when calling the provincial court office for information or assistance (some traffic court offices do not even have voice mail and just have an answering service that instructs you to call back later), so we took the time to compile as much information as we can to save you some time and effort.

Please note that this tutorial only applies if you have been charged with a Part I offence. Part III charges are more serious offences, which can result in heavy fines, licence suspension, and even imprisonment. If you have been charged with a Part III offence and have been summoned to court (as indicated on your ticket), it would be wise to seek the advice of a paralegal or law firm.

To obtain specific information about your traffic charge - ie. demerit points, fines, insurance implications, other related consequences such as associated licence suspensions and/or custodial sentences, and the probabilities of success at trial for your particular traffic ticket - please fill out this form for a free e-mail consultation.

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