Toronto Courthouse Locations
Toronto has multiple Provincial Offences courthouse locations.
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1530 Markham Road, Scarborough, ON M1B 3G4
Old City Hall, 60 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M5H 2M3
2700 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto, ON M6M 1V1
70 Centre Avenue, Toronto, ON M5G 1R5
Toronto Traffic Tickets - Court ProcessThe traffic courts in Toronto are some of the busiest courts in Ontario, in part due to it being the most populated city in Ontario. With a population of almost 3 million people, and an additional 2.74 million commuters, the police are very busy enforcing the rules of the road. Toronto’s roads are often occupied with bumper-to-bumper traffic, pedestrians, trains, and lots of distractions. Driving in Toronto can make even the most experienced driver feel inadequate or nervous, which may lead to mistakes or oversights on the roads. Toronto is also notorious for aggressive drivers, perhaps due to the high stress levels of travel in such a busy city. Many drivers find themselves being charged with traffic violations for things like distracted driving, speeding, failing to yield to pedestrians, and other traffic offences.
It is not unusual for a disputed Toronto traffic ticket to take over a year to make its way through the court system, and multiple court appearances are common. Our team of experienced paralegals and lawyers will take the stress out of fighting your traffic ticket. Hiring our firm means you don’t have to:
- Try to navigate through the legal system alone
- Find and pay for parking at the court
- Come back to the city at all if you are not from Toronto
- Take time off work to attend court
We Can Help! There is Hope!Our firm handles all types of traffic tickets, including Hand-Held tickets, Careless Driving, Speeding, Suspension charges, Stunt Driving/Racing, Cannabis charges, No Insurance charges, and likely any traffic ticket you receive in Toronto. In most cases, your attendance at court is not required as our services provide you local, experienced paralegals that attend court on your behalf.
Our FeesWe offer a Block Fee payment system, which means the price you pay up front is the total cost for our office to handle your matter from start to finish. Upon being retained, we will:
- Respond to your ticket to advise the court you are disputing it
- Request, receive, and review the evidence against you
- Schedule and attend all meetings with the Prosecutor to negotiate a withdrawal or significant reduction of the charge(s)
- Attend all court appearance on your behalf
- Conduct a trial on your behalf, if necessary or desired
- Report back to you after each step of the process
- Provide legal advice concerning your traffic ticket and any potential outcomes
- Take any and all steps necessary to ensure you get the best outcome possible
How Do I Get Help Defending my Toronto Traffic Ticket?
Have you been charged in the Toronto area but can’t decide which firm to hire? Here are some pointers to assist you with that decision.
Ensure the paralegal you are considering is a licensee of the Law Society of Ontario. Unlicensed persons are not permitted to attend court to defend you.
Do your research.
Most firms can be found on Google, where you can check their reviews and see what other clients are saying about their services.
Check the firm’s website to see how much experience they have.
Ask questions. Most experienced paralegals will be able to answer questions related to your charge(s).
Go with the firm you are most comfortable with. Following these steps can help ensure you have hired a competent, experienced legal service provider.
We invite you to send us a copy of your traffic ticket(s) for a free, no obligation quote. You can reach us in any of the following ways:
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