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Hamilton Mountain

Phone: (905) 581-1005
Fax: (905) 581-1005
Address: 1036 Upper Wentworth St. Hamilton, Ontario L9A 4V9
Email: hamiltonmountain@xpolice.ca

Hours of Operation

  • Monday: 9am – 5pm
  • Tuesday: 9am – 5pm
  • Wednesday: 9am – 5pm
  • Thursday: 9am – 5pm
  • Friday: 9am – 5pm
  • Saturday: Appointments only
  • Sunday: CLOSED
    *Evening Appointments (other than Wednesday evening) available by appointment only
    **Walk-Ins Welcome

 

Hamilton Services

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

Fight Traffic Tickets Hamilton Mountain

If you have received a traffic ticket in the Hamilton Mountain area, the licensed paralegals at XPolice are specifically trained and experienced in fighting traffic charges on your behalf.

Almost all of the traffic offences under the Ontario Highway Traffic Act are defendable if handled in a professional manner. XPolice’s paralegals have considerable experience dealing with traffic violations in the Hamilton Mountain region. They are familiar with the court practices as well as the officers that work there. This involvement and understanding can be very beneficial to the outcome of your case.

Get professional assistance to get your fines and penalties reduced for charges such as:

  • Speeding
  • Failure to stop at a red light
  • Careless driving
  • Stunt driving
  • Driving without a licence
  • Driving without insurance
  • Failure to remain at an accident

Speeding

Fines and penalties assigned for speeding violations depend on how many kilometers you were going over the speed limit. The more kilometers over the limit, the higher the fine. Speeding violations can also come with demerit points. Here is the breakdown:

  • 0-15 kms over the limit – 0 points
  • 16-29 kms over the limit – 3 points
  • 30-49 kms over the limit – 4 points
  • 50+ kms over the limit – 6points

If you are charged with traveling in excess of 50 kilometers over the limit, you will be assigned 6 demerit points, your licence will be suspended, and you may even be charged with stunt driving or racing.

Failure to Stop at a Red Light

This offence may not seem overly serious, but the penalties can be. Most people that commit this offence roll though an empty intersection because there is no traffic for miles in either direction. However, failure to come to a complete stop at a red light or stop sign can result in a fine, 3 demerit points, and blemish on your driving record for 3 years if convicted.

Careless Driving

Careless driving is a fairly expansive charge that is usually associated with an accident of some sort. It basically means not taking due care and considering other motorists while operating a motorized vehicle. This charge is a very serious one and can incur the following penalties:

  • A fine of $200-$2000
  • 6 demerit points
  • Possible licence suspension
  • Possible jail sentence of up to 6 months

Due to the severity of the possible penalties, it is highly recommended to seek legal counsel for this type of charge.

Stunt Driving

Stunt driving is characterized by excessive speeds and ill-advised, dangerous maneuvers. This charge comes with an immediate, seven-day, roadside suspension of your vehicle. There is a possibility of an extended suspension, fines from $2000-$10,000 and a jail sentence of up to 6 months.

Driving Without a Licence

Anyone that operates a vehicle without a valid driver’s licence is subject to this charge. That includes licences that were at one point valid, but have now expired. A conviction results in a fine plus a 3-year blemish on your driving record.

Driving Without Insurance

No motorized vehicle is allowed to be operated without valid insurance. A conviction for this offence will result in heavy fines ($5000-$10000), as well as a possible licence suspension.

Failure to Remain at an Accident

This law states that anyone involved in a motor vehicle accident shall not flee the scene. The drivers of the vehicles involved in the collision are required to exchange personal and insurance information.

Penalties for this offence are quite harsh if convicted, including 7 demerit points, $200-$2000 fines, possible licence suspension, possible jail term of up to 6 months.

Fight Traffic Tickets Hamilton Mountain

Don’t leave the outcome of your case and future up to chance, contact XPolice for a free consultation.

 

Who We Are

The XPOLICE MOUNTAIN team have helped save numerous drivers thousands of demerit points, millions of dollars in fines and increased insurance premiums and countless drivers licences.

Regardless if it’s a big or small ticket we offer a free consultation with one of our agents.

Service Above and Beyond

At XPOLICE MOUNTAIN, we are focused on providing excellent and knowledgeable Traffic Ticket Defence services. This, combined with our over and above of customer service puts us over and above the competition. We will do everything we can to meet your expectations. With expert knowledge and our approachable nature, we’re sure you’ll be happy working with us.

Why Us?

Our agents are well respected and known in the courts they service and have established a great rapport with the Municipal and Provincial Prosecutors in these courts. With over 20 years of court experience our agents know what to look for and how to get you the best possible resolution. Our agents have the industry “know how” to best service your ticket.

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Your Hamilton Mountain Representatives

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Steve Petersen | Owner/Operator of XPolice Hamilton

30 years police experience

Steve started his Policing career in 1986 serving 3 years in Durham Region before coming to Hamilton in 1989. Steve continued to serve in several areas of the Hamilton Police service which included: front line patrol, started up the bicycle unit, marine unit, lockup (custody), weekend and holiday court sergeant, traffic officer and motorcycle officer. Steve was also trained as a commercial motor vehicle enforcement officer to inspect medium and large trucks, bus and other commercial motor vehicle.

Steve holds a commercial motor vehicle licence and a motorcycle license. This helps in his current practice as he has operated all types of vehicles and understands the dynamics of commercial motor vehicles.

While serving as a Police officer Steve also was the head instructor for Police foundations for several years. Steve continues to lecture in Police related matters.

In 2016 Steve retired from policing and did not miss a beat! Steve immediately started practicing as a paralegal specializing in traffic matters. Steve is licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada but relies heavily on his background in policing. Understanding how police operations work and investigating matters is the key to his success. In a very short time Steve has become a very dominating and well-known figure in the Hamilton courts.

In October of 2017 Steve took over as owner and operator of the 2 Hamilton X-Police locations. This is an excellent fit for him and Steve enjoys advocating for his clients in court.
 

Aynsley

Aynsley Petersen | Operations Manager of XPolice Hamilton

Police Foundations Grad. / Paralegal Candidate

Aynsley graduated from Ontario College of Health & Technology in 2010 in Police foundations. Upon graduating Aynsley got licensed in the security field and became a private investigator. While practicing in the field of private investigation she opened her own firm. Aynsley continues to own and operate her private investigation firm and manage field operations. While doing this she attended and completed college to become a licensed paralegal and is currently a paralegal candidate to be licensed very soon. She effectively holds two diplomas that relate to policing and the legal profession.

Aynsley is married to Steve and is his motivation and partner in all ways. She has been there with Steve through the years of policing and with him from the start of their paralegal traffic defence practice.

Aynsley holds a commercial motor vehicle licence. Yes, she can drive a truck! This helps in her new venture of becoming a licensed paralegal and can help Steve even further in their practice.

In October of 2017, Aynsley took over management of the 2 Hamilton X-Police locations. This gives her the opportunity to work with clients and understand their needs.