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Fighting Traffic Tickets in Niagara Falls, Welland, St. Catharines, and Fort Erie
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
Niagara Region Services
- Traffic Tickets
- Impaired Driving
- Case Preparation
- Document Drafting
- Small Claims
- Landlord and Tenant
- Record Suspensions (Pardons)
Fight Traffic Tickets Niagara Region
If you have been issued a traffic ticket in the Niagara region, help is available to help you fight that ticket to lower the fines and penalties that come with a conviction.
Most people do not realize the importance of challenging traffic tickets, or even that they are able to do so. A very low percentage of people that have received a ticket for a traffic violation attempt to dispute it. The majority of people do not think about fighting a traffic ticket until it is too late and they are already convicted. Once a conviction has been passed down, it is very difficult to reverse.
That is why it is in your best interest to fight traffic tickets to try to reduce penalties and avoid a conviction.
Fight Traffic Tickets Niagara Region
The licensed paralegals at XPolice Traffic Services specialize in dealing with driving charges and other traffic violations. They have vast experience in dealing with all types of traffic offences under the Ontario Highway Traffic Act.
The paralegals at Xpolice Niagara have extensive dealings with the procedures and officers of the court in the Niagara Traffic Court system. Having this type of familiarity and experience can be invaluable to the outcome of your case.
Some firms may plead out in order to get demerit points reduced, but the paralegals at XPolice will use every legal argument and relevant precedent to help you avoid a conviction.
Basically, all laws under the Ontario Highway Traffic Act are negotiable or defensible in some way or another. Having experience dealing with the multitude of offences in this category produces the desired results in getting fines reduced and penalties decreased.
Traffic violations will fall into 1 of 3 categories:
- Minor Tickets
- Major Tickets
- Serious and Criminal Tickets
Minor infractions include violations like speeding, no seatbelt, failure to signal, turning violations and things of this nature. These tickets usually come with a fine and possible demerit points.
As you may have guessed major tickets are more serious than minor ones. Major infractions include insurance offences, failure to report an accident, and damage to highway property. These violations will result in a larger fines and automatic demerit points.
Serious and Criminal Tickets
Serious and criminal tickets are substantially more severe and incur harsher penalties if convicted. Some serious offences are careless driving, stunt driving, DUI, and vehicular manslaughter.
Penalties for serious and criminal offences include hefty fines, more demerit points, possible licence suspension, and possible imprisonment.
Effects of a Traffic Conviction
The effects of a traffic conviction can have widespread implications. There are the concrete penalties like fines and demerit points. However, more tickets will lead to higher fines and more demerit points.
This can have a substantial impact on your insurance premiums.
If you reach a total of 9 demerit points, you may be requested for an interview where you will need to prove why you should be able to keep your licence. Failure to show up for this interview can also result in your licence being suspended.
A suspended licence may make it difficult to do your job. If your job demands that you have a valid driver’s licence, it may result in the termination of said job.
XPolice Niagara Region
Enlist the help of a professional to ensure your case is handled properly, reducing fines and penalties, and avoiding unnecessary convictions.
Contact XPolice Niagara for a free consultation.
Your Niagara Region Representative
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.