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Getting information about your tickets and fines are important to know your status 

Published by Ontario Traffic Tickets and Points on 11th May, 2021 

During the Covid-19 pandemic, timelines set by the Provincial Offences Act were halted or delayed. Now, they have returned to normal. Therefore, it is imperative that Ontario citizens check the status of their fines, traffic tickets and find out how much they owe.

Ontario courts are now allowing persons to check their ticket or fine notice online as well as request a trial or early resolution meeting by mail or email. A qualified Traffic Ticket Consultant can assist further if you need help.

Ontario citizens who have gotten a traffic ticket may have received either a parking violation or some other offence ticket that is considered non-criminal. 

A qualified legal consultant can assist with understanding the law involved that municipal court offices would use. These laws include:

  • Provincial Offences Act
  • Highway Traffic Act
  • By-law Offences
  • Not having proof of insurance
  • Public intoxication

To search for a ticket you may have received, you need to first know your location code (for example Ontario’s location code for a traffic ticket in Ontario). This information is usually printed on the ticket so that Ontario citizens can look up their case. 

If an Ontario citizen has received a “summons” to appear in the presence of a justice of the peace, their case number usually appears on the printed summons. 

In cases like this, it is advisable to speak with a qualified legal professional in Ontario to find out about your rights and liabilities. They can also direct you as to your case and possible payments of fines.

At Ontario Ticket and Traffic Points, we can assist with requesting a meeting to discuss your case depending on where you live in and the type of matter. In this way, you may be able to speak with a prosecutor before you go to trial.

If the service is available in your area, we can also help request a meeting for an unpaid traffic ticket fine, an already requested trial or if you were found guilty of not responding to your ticket within the stipulated 15 days. 

More information on the online system and scheduling a trial is available on the provincial government’s website. There, the online system directs you to information on your traffic ticket notice, payment options and scheduling a trial. 

To speak with a qualified legal consultant on your Ontario traffic ticket or points, contact us today.

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