Phone: 1-905-581-1004 or 1-905-333-9394
Address: 2349 Fairview St, Burlington, Ontario L7R 2E3
Fighting Traffic Tickets in Burlington, Milton and Oakville
Hours of Operation
- Monday: 9am – 5pm
- Tuesday: 9am – 5pm
- Wednesday: 9am – 5pm
- Thursday: 9am – 5pm
- Friday: 9am – 5pm
- Saturday: Closed
- Sunday: Closed
* After hours by appointment only
- Traffic Tickets
- Impaired Driving
- Case Preparation
- Document Drafting
- Small Claims
- Landlord and Tenant
- Record Suspensions (Pardons)
Fight Traffic Tickets Burlington
If you have been issued a traffic ticket in the Burlington area, assistance is available to get your fines and demerit points reduced. The professional paralegals at XPolice Burlington are available and ready to help with your case.
We understand that each situation is unique, and every case comes with a different set of circumstances. XPolice’s paralegals will investigate and explore all the events related to your case in great detail to find out what exactly happened. These details are very important in determining what kind of case the prosecution has and ways to defend against it.
The paralegals at XPolice can help with various types of traffic violations including:
- Failure to stop a red light
- Careless driving
- Driving without insurance
- Driving with a suspended licence
These are just a few of the traffic offences the paralegals at XPolice have experience dealing with.
Why Use XPolice?
The paralegals at XPolice Burlington have direct experience in the Burlington Traffic Court. They have handled numerous traffic cases in the Burlington area successfully. Having previous dealings with the operations and officers of the court in Burlington is incredibly valuable.
The majority of the charges under the Ontario Traffic Act are defensible and debatable in some way or another. XPolice will use the details of your case to get your fines and demerit points reduced.
Any traffic violation will likely result in an increase of your insurance premiums. The lower the penalty handed out to you, the less chance a big increase in premiums. Most people think if they have a clean driving record, one ticket won’t cause any harm. However, if another ticket is issued later, it is almost impossible to go back and fight that original ticket.
The best approach is to fight every ticket to avoid accumulating more demerit points and heftier fines.
What Types of Traffic Convictions are There?
Traffic offences are usually broken down into three categories:
- Minor Offences
- Major Offences
- Serious or Criminal Offences
Minor offences are the least serious and include violations like speeding, seatbelt infractions, and headlight offences. These offences commonly carry a fine and possible demerit points.
Major offences are a bit more serious that minor offences. They include infractions like failure to report an accident, and various insurance offences. These violations come with steeper fines, and most likely demerit points.
Serious or Criminal Offences
These traffic violations are obviously the most severe. These offences include DUI charges, careless driving, and leaving the scene of an accident. Violations of this nature come with a hefty fine, demerit points, and possible loss or suspension of licence.
Fight Traffic Tickets Burlington
It is in your best interest to fight all tickets, regardless of the severity of the offence.
The damaging results of a traffic conviction can have more serious implications than just a fine or demerit points. If your traffic conviction results in the suspension or loss of your driver’s licence it can affect your entire life, making it difficult to find and keep employment.
Don’t leave your future to chance, contact XPolice today for a free consultation!
Your Burlington Representatives
Mandi holds a BA in Political Science from Brock University as well as a Paralegal Diploma. She is also a commissioned officer in the Royal Canadian Naval Reserve.
Gerald (Jerry) LeBlanc
President / Licensed Paralegal
Jerry has been practicing 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 April 2016. On April 1, 2016 he took over as president of XPolice Traffic Ticket Services Professional Corporation from Ivon Fournier.
In 2008, Jerry was an instructor for the paralegal program at Everest College in Newmarket. For the past 6 years, he has been an instructor and acted as the Paralegal Field Placement Coordinator at CTS Canadian Career College in Barrie. During the day, he attended court and diligently fought for his clients. During the evening, he committed himself to helping produce top notch paralegals. On January 22, 2016, he stepped down from teaching, so he could commit himself one hundred percent to operating XPolice Traffic Ticket Services Professional Corporation and to ensure that XPolice’s clients are well taken care of. Jerry will make sure he raises every issue and turns over every stone when searching for a defence.