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TRAFFIC OFFENCE LITIGATION

When looking to hire a representative to represent you in the Provincial Offenses Court, it’s a good idea to consider not just the fees but also the service. As an example, at NG i receive calls from clients that are not happy about the fact that they hired someone to fight and they were treated like a number. Simply, some representatives are concerned about keeping costs as low as possible and for this reason they keep their services to the client as low as possible as well. As it is well known, when it comes to attending a trial or attending court, there are no guarantees, however NG can provide only one (1) guarantee, “that you get what you pay for” you pay NG to represent you and we represent you, we charge reasonable rates, we always communicate instructions, steps to be taken, advise on the best course of action and leave no rock un-turned.

As legal service providers, we stand apart from volume based firms, our service is personal, just the way it should be, we don’t send forms online for you to sign (unless its more efficient for you to do so), we sit down and discuss each matter personally, if this is the type of service you seek, than NG is the place you want to go when charged with an offence. Below is a list of some common violations that NG has successfully represented:

Please note that the above is a list of the most common charges, don’t be worried if your charge is not listed above, NG can surely handle any matter under the above charging acts.

Provincial Offenses charged under the Highway Traffic Act & Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act:

  • Careless Driving
  • Unsafe Turn
  • Seat Belt Violations
  • Stunt Driving
  • Failing to Stop
  • Red Light Ticket
  • Driving under Suspension
  • Driving without a License
  • Hand Held Communication Device
  • Driving with no Insurance
  • Speeding
  • Failing to remain at the scene of an accident
  • Disobeying Signs

Provincial Offenses charges that apply to commercial vehicles under the Public Vehicles Act

  • Drive Commercial Motor Vehicle No License
  • Use of Other Person’s license
  • Operate Unsafe Vehicle
  • Insecure Load
  • Speeding 21km or more over the posted speed limit
  • Fail to Drive in Marked Lane
  • Disobey Crossing Gate
  • Driver in Possession of more than one (1) daily log
  • Fail to Stop Commercial Vehicle for Inspection
  • Exceed 13 Hours Driving without eight (8) hours off