Highway Traffic Act

Provincial Offences are prosecuted in a separate court from criminal charges. Although there is no risk of a criminal record when charged with a provincial offence, the consequences can be significant.

  • Loss of licence, temporarily or permanent

  • Requirement to undertake driving program

  • Significant fine

  • Increased insurance cost

  • Potential custody on serious matters

The nature of the charge will determine what options you have in your case. Generally, the following stages will take place:

  1. Ticket or summons issued

  2. Request trial or resolution

  3. Request disclosure in the matter

  4. Attend court and discuss case with prosecutor

  5. Resolution or trial

Contact us now to discuss the specific charge and to develop the best defence for you.


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