When I worked for an Immigration Consulting Office, I experienced first-hand the many potential difficulties of people who were new to Canada. A language barrier was one of those difficulties.
Here at OTD Ticket Defenders, we are sensitive to the unique situations of people who have a first language that is not english. Every person has the right to hear and respond to charges in a language they understand.
If you were issued a traffic ticket by an officer, let us help you. We will spend the time necessary to help you understand what your ticket is, what the possible fines are, how many demerit points the charge has associated with it, and possible ways to get it reduced. And, if you decide to proceed to trial, we will make sure there is someone available who speaks your language so that you can fully understand what you were charged with and provide your defence in the language that you understand.
Another barrier I encountered at the Immigration Consulting Office was the difference in Canadian laws compared to laws in other countries. People who are new to Canada often do not understand the laws here and what their rights are. The Canadian justice system, as it relates to traffic tickets, provides everyone the opportunity to defend themselves.
At OTD Ticket Defenders, one of our goals is to educate our clients about what their rights are in fighting a traffic ticket. We will help you understand the provincial offences system, as it relates to what you are charged with, so you can make an informed decision about how you would like to proceed. This can be done in the relaxed atmosphere of our office, or over the phone.
If you have been given a ticket for a traffic offence, let us help you. We offer a FREE initial review of your case and would be happy to provide you with the information you need to make an informed choice about what to do with your ticket. Call us today to discuss your matter in more detail at 1-844-647-6869 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.