Driving under suspension in Ontario is a very serious charge. To anyone under the pressures of a driving under suspension charge, it’s important to acquire the proper legal advice. Depending on the situation, there may be a different way to proceed against these charges. The consequences of going alone can be serious. There’s no reason not to seek the advice of a legal professional who can provide some guidance.
For anyone found to be driving in Ontario with a license under suspension, it could lead to a fine of Minimum $1000 & a minimum 6 month suspension. It could also result in jail and/or probation. This will most definitely impact a driver from a financial standpoint, in addition to possibly affecting future permission to drive and insurance premiums. Instead of sacrificing further license suspension, insurance loss, and additional substantial penalties, choose a successful defence team with experience in the field.
We have tremendous experience in fighting driving under suspension charges, and we understand the ins and outs of the law. If there is a way to reduce the impact of these charges on you, we will do everything within our power to do so. Having successfully fought thousands of these and similar cases, we are well versed in handling Drive suspended charges. Please allow us to do what we can to create a strong defence that aims for the best possible outcome for all involved.
There are some Canadians who have chosen to go it alone without the assistance of a legal professional. Though there’s nothing wrong with this, it does put you at risk. Even if this is your first conviction, the consequences can be severe. While even being represented isn’t a guarantee, not being represented has typically resulted in worse results for Defendants.
Ideally you want to go into this situation with as many resources as possible and as much experience on your side to help fight the possible ramifications of a conviction. The complex legal issues, arguments, and processes are difficult to navigate on one’s own. Having fought numerous driving under suspension cases in Ontario since 1990, we can help. Don’t go it alone. We know how important driving privileges are to so many Canadians. Being without them is tough for drivers and their families. By hiring with a legal representative, find out your rights and your options.
Hundreds of charges like these are passed out to motorists every year. A conviction on a driving with license under suspension charge will be included on your record for the rest of your life (3 years on an abstract). If there is any way to avoid that, we recommend taking the steps to pursue legal action as needed. If not, the government and insurance companies may use a conviction like this against you indefinitely, resulting in higher costs and a sort of ostracization that no one should have to deal with. A driving under suspension charge can be challenged in court. By simply pleading guilty and admitting guilt, without putting forth a challenge, might be a mistake. Always consult a legal professional to weigh the different options that may be available to you.
Even with a driving under suspension charge, you have the right to defend and protect your driving record. An experienced Ontario driving defence team at your side to evaluate different defence strategies, you are more likely to minimize the damage a charge like this can cause.
A conviction like this is never as easy as receiving a conviction, paying the fine, and moving on. The legal system is not there to push people around. It’s there to help those who need it most. Contact us today to speak with an experienced professional who can oversee your defence, assisting you in deciding what is best to move forward with.