Traffic Ticket Lawyers & paralegals Simcoe
Simcoe is located in southern Ontario in Norfolk County, intersected by highway 3 and county road 24. Other areas in Norfolk County include Vittoria, Fairground, Delhi, Langton, Port Rowan, Waterford, Windham Centre, and Port Dover. The Simcoe courthouse is located at Suite 402 – 50 Frederick Hobson VC Drive, Simcoe, ON, N3Y 4L5.
If you have been stopped and charged by either the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) or local municipal police, it is important to understand the repercussions of a conviction as well as the potential costs and benefits of contesting your charge(s) at court. A conviction will generally result in a fine ranging anywhere from a minor fine below a hundred dollars, up to a very large fine ranging in the thousands of dollars. A conviction may also result in a suspension of your licence due to either a court ordered licence suspension or by the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario due to demerit points or on other grounds. More serious offences may also result in jail time being ordered by the court.
Our team at OTD Legal Services is here to help you understand what you’ve been charged with and what options you can choose from in protecting your interests. Navigating the court system, knowing your rights, and providing an effective defence at court can be a daunting and difficult task for the average person without training and experience in the law.
Our team has the specific knowledge and experience required in assisting defendants just like yourself in providing cost-effective legal representation at court. Our team can help you if you’ve been charged with a simple offence such as speeding, red light – fail to stop, disobey stop sign, operate motor vehicle no licence, driver fail to properly wear seatbelt, or drive with no currently valid permit. We can also help protect your rights with commercial motor vehicle charges or very serious offences such as careless driving, drive under suspension, fail to remain at the scene of a collision, operate motor vehicle without insurance, or failing to stop for a school bus.
We understand that being charged by the police can be a stressful experience, especially in cases where a collision or injuries may be involved. We also understand how that stress can then be compounded by the thought of having to attend court or having to prepare and file legal documents with court staff. For the majority of the cases that we represent defendants on, it is common that a resolution can be reached with the Prosecutor’s Office without the need for full trial. By filing for and reviewing the evidence to be used against you at trial, we can meet with the Prosecutor in advance of trial to determine the legal merits of their case.
Ideally, the best case resolution is to find a legally sufficient argument to have the charge(s) withdrawn outright at an early resolution meeting. If the charge(s) cannot be withdrawn, then we can negotiate on your behalf to determine if an acceptable plea deal can be reached to reduce the number of charges, the nature of the charges, or the penalties associated with the charges. We can then review with you the merits of the plea deal in regards to the possible benefits and risks of trial for you to make an educated decision on how you wish to proceed. Should your interests be best served by proceeding to trial, you will have the benefit of a licenced paralegal arguing in the courtroom on your behalf and may never have to speak before the court yourself.
We offer a no-cost, no-commitment initial review of cases by calling our toll-free number at 1‑844‑647‑6869, via email firstname.lastname@example.org, online at http://22.214.171.124/contact, or at any of our offices in person. Generally in as little as 10 to 15 minutes for simple matters we can provide you with the basic information you need to make an educated decision on how to best protect your interests before making a hasty and uninformed decision that could affect your ability to remain licenced and meet your day-to-day personal, family, and workplace obligations.
Have you been charged by the police and are looking to have your ticket or summons reviewed? We offer a no-cost review to help provide basic information about your offence and the court process so that you can make an informed decision on how you wish to proceed in protecting your interests. Ticket reviews are conducted by telephone through our head office toll-free at 1‑844‑647‑6869.
While we do maintain administrative locations to meet with existing clients for trial preparation or to pickup or drop off documents, these locations are by appointment only. All administration, court correspondence, and client contact is through our head office at:
OTD Legal Services
3-815 Weber Street East
Kitchener ON N2H 1H5
Email us at email@example.com
For a fast, free quote, text a picture of your ticket to 226-240-2480