1-888-976-5423

Toronto

Address: 4515 Chesswood Drive, Unit C, Toronto, ON M3J 2V6
Phone (Head Office): 1-416-357-9331
Email: [email protected]

Fighting Traffic Tickets in Toronto and the GTA

Hours of Operation

  • Monday: 9am – 6pm
  • Tuesday: 9am – 6pm
  • Wednesday: 9am – 6pm
  • Thursday: 9am – 6pm
  • Friday: 9am – 6pm
  • Saturday: By appointment only
  • Sunday: By appointment only

* After hours by appointment only

 

Toronto Services

  • Traffic Tickets
  • Impaired Driving
  • Trials
  • Appeals
  • Reopening
  • Case Preparation
  • Document Drafting
  • Small Claims
  • Landlord and Tenant
  • Record Suspensions (Pardons)

Fight Traffic Tickets Toronto

If you have been issued a traffic ticket in the Toronto area, there is assistance available to you to get fines and other penalties reduced, and possibly avoid a conviction entirely.

XPolice Traffic Services Toronto offers fully licensed paralegals that are extremely experienced in combatting all types of traffic tickets in Toronto. Having a dedicated professional in your corner that knows the ins and outs of the Toronto traffic court system can make all the difference to your case.

For example, if you choose to represent yourself in court to fight a ticket, you are placing yourself at a considerable disadvantage. Why not have someone that knows not only the processes of Toronto traffic court, but also the officers involved that will be prosecuting and determining the outcome of your case?

What options do you have after receiving a traffic ticket?

Once you have received a traffic ticket there are basically three courses of action available to you. You must choose one of the following options within 15 days of the ticket’s date of issue.

  1. Plead Guilty
  2. Plead Guilty with Explanation
  3. Plead Not Guilty – Trial Option

Guilty Plea

If you choose to plead guilty, this will allow you to pay your traffic ticket without going to court. You will have the option to pay your ticket online, over the phone, by mail, or in person.

This method may seem like the easiest (especially if you have lots of money), but there are a few reasons it is not always the most practical or beneficial.

First of all, paying your ticket is the same as an admission of guilt. Paying your ticket voluntarily results in a traffic conviction and will go on your driving record for at least 2-3 years.

Secondly, most offences also carry a penalty of demerit points. If you accrue too many demerit points, your licence may be suspended. So, even if you have piles of money to throw at your traffic tickets, it won’t do you much good if your licence is taken away.

Thirdly, once you are convicted of one traffic offence, you are more likely to get a ticket if you are stopped again.

Guilty Plea with an Explanation

This option is also known as the Early Resolution option. This option will allow you to appear in court to attempt to lower the penalties associated with your charge.

Due to the fact that you are still pleading guilty with this option, the results will likely be the same as a regular guilty plea. It will still result in a traffic offence conviction, and it is improbable your fines will be reduced because traffic fines are set by statute.

Not Guilty Plea – Trial Option

This is the most sensible choice if you are interested in fighting your traffic ticket. By pleading not guilty, there is a chance your charges will be dismissed. When choosing this option, you will be requesting a trial in order to plead your case.

There are no extra court fees involved with this option, and the amount of your fine will not change whether you choose to plead guilty or not guilty.

There is also a chance you can win your case on a police error. For example, if the procedures that resulted in your charge were not lawful, your case could be thrown out. Also, if the issuing officer does not show up in court, there is a chance your case will be dismissed.

XPolice Toronto can help you avoid a conviction and maintain a clean driving record.

 

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Your Toronto Representatives

Licensed Paralegals/Owners Erli & Kim


Erli & Kim both graduated, with honours, from the same class at CTS Canadian Career College. They both successfully passed the Paralegal Licensing Exam that same year and knew that operating as XPolice was a vision that would soon turn into reality.

Erli was born in Albania. He immigrated to Canada in the year 2000. He is fluent in both Albanian and Italian. He has a bachelor’s degree in Architectural Science from Ryerson University. Erli was always interested in Law and furthered his education to become a Paralegal. Knowing firsthand the challenges new immigrants face when moving to Canada, he chose to continue his education to help the community with immigration matters. He completed, with honours, an Immigration Consultant Course from CDI College, and became a Regulated Immigration Consultant. He brings many additional qualities to the office, such as previous court experience, business management and deep ties to the local community.

Kim was born in Ottawa and is fluent in French. She continued her education further as well and successfully completed, with honours, the Law Clerk program at CTS Canadian Career College in 2019. Kim’s previous office and customer service experience, along with her passion for Law since childhood, has proven to be a successful combination in ensuring that justice is prevailed for their clients.

Together, Erli & Kim have the passion and drive to ensure that your matter is handled efficiently and they are dedicated to their clients’ right to justice.

Advisor/Consultant GERALD (Jerry) LEBLANC


Jerry has been practising since 2007. He graduated from the Paralegal Communications Program with honours in early 2007 from CDI College. After graduating, he founded Ticket Terminator Paralegal Services, which he operated until November 2009. In November 2009, he proudly joined the XPolice family. He owned and operated the XPolice Barrie office until December 31, 2019. On April 1, 2016 he took over the position of Owner/President of XPolice Traffic Ticket Services Professional Corporation from Ivon Fournier. Jerry remains as an advisor/consultant for the Head Office located in Barrie, as well as for the Welland and Toronto locations.

Jerry is a paralegal instructor. He taught at Everest College located in Newmarket in 2008, and has been a paralegal instructor at CTS Canadian Career College in Barrie since 2010. He is dedicated to helping produce top notch paralegals. He continues to attend court and diligently fight for his clients. As President of XPolice Traffic Ticket Services Professional Corporation, Jerry is committed to ensuring that XPolice’s clients are well looked after. Jerry will raise every issue and turn over every stone when searching for a defence.