Brampton Provincial Offences Office

Brampton , Ontario Court of Justice, ICON 3160

Received a traffic ticket or speeding ticket in Brampton ?  Would you like information on how to request a trial date for your Brampton traffic ticket or speeding ticket?  Do you need the Brampton prosecutor's contact information?  Do you need to know how to pay your Brampton traffic ticket or speeding ticket online?  These are just some of the several questions our office answers daily from various people who received traffic tickets or speeding tickets in Brampton .  As a result, we compiled this FAQ page to provide the public with information regarding the Brampton provincial offences office and the options available upon receiving a Brampton traffic ticket or speeding ticket.

Please be advised that at the time this page was compiled, the information and procedures outlined here were up to date. Please be aware, however, that the court's procedures and contact information can change at any time. Thus, we urge you to contact the court office directly to ensure all of the procedures and information found on this page have not changed since this page was last updated. Please kindly inform our office via email at help@roadwarriors.ca if you find that information on this page needs to be updated.


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Brampton Court Office

5 Ray Lawson Boulevard
Brampton, ON

Hours: M-F, 8:30-4:30 PM
Phone: (905) 450-4770
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FAQ

  • How do I contact the Brampton provincial offences office for information regarding my traffic ticket?

  • How do I request a trial date for my traffic ticket or speeding ticket?

  • How do I pay my Brampton traffic ticket or speeding ticket?

  • How do I contact the Brampton provincial offences office for information regarding my traffic ticket?

  • How do I contact the Brampton provincial offences office for information regarding my traffic ticket?

    You may contact the provincial offences office at (905) 450-4770 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday to Friday.

  • How do I request a trial date for my Brampton traffic ticket or speeding ticket?

    In order to request a trial date for your Brampton traffic ticket or speeding ticket, you need to file a Notice of Intention to Appear at a provincial offences office within 15 days of receiving the ticket.  Alternatively, you can request your trial date online through Road Warriors for $19.99 to save you from taking the time off work in order to do so.

  • How can I pay my Brampton traffic ticket or speeding ticket?

    Before paying your Brampton traffic ticket or speeding ticket, please be advised that paying your traffic ticket means you are pleading guilty to the offence.  Once you plead guilty, the traffic ticket or speeding ticket will be on your driving record.  Alternatively, requesting a trial date online for your traffic ticket or speeding ticket can buy you additional time to decide whether to fight your Brampton traffic ticket or if you need additional time to pay your traffic ticket fine.  Your trial date will likely be scheduled 3+ months from the date your request is submitted.  During this time period, the traffic ticket will not be on your driving record.  While waiting for your trial date, you will still have several options available to you - you can choose to retain a paralegal firm, fight the ticket yourself, or decide later on to simply pay the ticket and plead guilty to the offence.  If you do wish to pay your Brampton traffic ticket or speeding ticket, you can pay online, by phone (Visa, MC or American Express - telephone payments will be subject to a $5.00 convenience fee per ticket or fine), in person at the Brampton City Hall, Cashiers, 1st Floor, 2 Wellington St. West location or at the Brampton provincial offences court location from M-F, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, or by sending your payment to the Ontario Court of Justice, Provincial Offences Office, The City of Brampton, P.O. Box 175, Brampton, Ontario, L6V 2L1.  If sending payment by mail, you will need to enclose originals of both the credit card payment slip and the ticket (offence notice).  If paying by cheque or money order, you will need to make the cheque or money order payable to the "City of Brampton" and write the provincial offences number of your Offence Notice on the front.  They do not accept post-dated cheques or cash in the mail.

  • How do I contact the Brampton prosecutor to obtain the evidence for my traffic ticket or speeding ticket?

    For a Part 1 Brampton traffic ticket or speeding ticket, you may request the evidence (or disclosure) by sending a fax to (905) 450-4368.  For a Part 3 summons, you may request the evidence (or disclosure) by sending a fax to (905) 456-4780.  It is always a good idea to contact the Brampton provincial offences office at (905) 450-4770 to confirm the fax number in case the prosecutor's fax number has changed since this page was created.  Please also be advised that if you were charged with a Part 3 traffic offence and have been summoned to court, it would be wise to seek the advice of a paralegal or law firm.  Part 3 charges are more serious offences, which can result in heavy fines, licence suspension, and even imprisonment.  Please feel free to contact us for our rates to defend your Brampton traffic ticket or speeding ticket.

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