Fight Traffic Tickets Legal Services - Get rid of that Stunt driving ticket
Did you just get a stunt driving ticket? Do not worry too much; Fight Traffic Tickets Legal Services can help you out of this unwanted situation. We all make mistakes unintentionally or intentionally, and those mistakes can sometimes land us in an unwanted spot.
Almost everyone has at least one stunt driving ticket. And if you’ve never got one, you should prepare yourself as you never know when you might find yourself in a similar situation.
A stunt driving ticket is almost inevitable. You may, rightfully or wrongly, get a stunt driving ticket at least once in your life. So, you should know the legal laws and what to do when you run into trouble for traffic problems.
This is when you should immediately contact Fight Traffic Tickets Legal Services. We can help you fight for your rights in court and assist in avoiding massive fines, driver’s license suspension, or even imprisonment.
What does it mean when you get a Stunt Driving ticket? Does this include racing?
You may be considered to be involved in a high-risk activity if you are caught doing the following activities.
- You exceed the speed limit of a particular area by more than 31 miles per hour or 50 kilometers per hour.
- If one or more tires of your motor vehicle are not in contact with the ground. In other words, all four tires of your car must be in touch with the road’s surface. Doing this is not legal as it causes the tires to lose traction. As a result, you pose a threat to yourself and other drivers on the highway.
- Doing certain things such as downshifting quickly and accelerating violently. Or accelerating while holding the handbrake to cause your front or rear wheels to spin faster than the other wheels. This includes wheel burning or sliding/drifting.
- Suddenly stopping or slowing down your car, thereby interfering with other cars’ smooth movement on the highway.
- You’re cruising at normal speed, but you’re not allowing the car behind you to pass.
- Ignoring the traffic signal and taking turns.
- If you’re caught driving with someone in the trunk of your car.
- Driving while keeping the driver’s seat empty. This is possible nowadays, thanks to the auto-driver technology that comes with most modern cars. Unfortunately, running the car with an empty drivers’ seat is illegal.
- If you’re driving pattern indicates that you’re in pursuit of another vehicle.
- Advancing through the highway by overtaking other cars and changing lanes repeatedly.
- Driving carelessly, or not paying attention to your surroundings. This puts the lives of pedestrians and other drivers nearby at high risk.
These are some of the things you should avoid while cruising on the highway. Of course, racing and stunt driving are not the same. Nevertheless, they attract pretty much the same penalties. If the traffic cops catch you doing any of the above-listed activities, the officer can charge you with a stunt driving ticket.
Is getting a stunt driving ticket a criminal offense? What are the penalties for getting a stunt driving ticket?
Getting a stunt driving ticket is not a criminal offense per see. But it does come with a heavy price as it endangers others’ lives, and it’s against the traffic laws.
Below are some of the penalties that are handed out to someone who has been given a stunt driving ticket – this includes racing.
- Suspension of driver License with immediate effect for seven days. In worst cases, the suspension of your driver’s license may be up to 2 years or more.
- Impounding the car for up to seven days. This also means that you’ll have to pay the towing fees and storage fees.
- Paying a monetary fine. This may cost anywhere between $2000 to $10000.
- Up to 6 months imprisonment.
What happens if I get a stunt driving ticket?
If an officer gives you a stunt driving ticket, you will be summoned by the court. You will also get a notice that your driver’s license has been suspended. If you ever get charged with a stunt driving ticket, don’t panic, but don’t take it lightly either. You could lose your license for years, pay thousands of dollars, or even serve a few months in prison.
You can avoid all this by letting the professionals fight for you in court. Contact Fight Traffic Tickets Legal Services today, and learn more about how you can keep yourself out of trouble.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can’t anyone defend me in traffic court?🎫
No! As of May 1st, 2008 only a licensed paralegal or lawyer may represent you in court. Before you give any paralegal your case and money make sure he/she is licensed.
Are here any guarantees?🎫
No! Paralegals, like lawyers, are regulated by the Law Society of Ontario. As a result, guarantees are prohibited. A Paralegal that offers a “Guarantee” or “We Win or it’s FREE”, is acting outside the “Paralegal’s Rules of Conduct” as set out by the Law Society and should be reported. You would be extremely wise not to hire a Paralegal to defend who is breaking this rule. There have been many cases before the Law Society Tribunal ruling against such a practice. A person offering a Guarantee may be fraudulently offering services and may actually not be a licenced Paralegal.
How do I know if a charge has any demerit points?🎫
Demerit points are not listed on a ticket. Call us to find out if your ticket has demerit points.
How do I know if a charge carries a potential suspension?🎫
There are many charges, if you are found guilty, will result in a suspension your driver’s licence for 3, 7, 30 or 180 days.
Do Novice Licence holders risk higher penalties and/or licence suspensions?🎫
Depending on the particular charge, tickets issued to a NOVICE DRIVER (G1/G2) may result in a suspension. Suspensions may range from 30 days to 6 months or more. Call Fight Traffic Tickets to determine if you risk a licence suspension.
Does it make a difference to hire a former police officer to defend you in court?🎫
No! What matters most is a Paralegal’s legal training and trial experience. Licenced Paralegals are trained and, following extensive Law Society examinations, are licenced to provide legal services in all Ontario Provincial Offences Courts. In fact, the majority of representatives in Provincial Offences Courts are Paralegals – not lawyers and not former police officers. Most police officers have never even been in a trial. In fact, police officer’s have hired Fight Traffic Tickets to represent them in Court!
How long does the whole court process take?🎫
Depending on the jurisdiction; fighting a traffic ticket may take anywhere from 10 to 11 months or more.
Should you request an early resolution to fight your ticket?🎫
DON’T DO IT! In most cases, if you have been charged with a moving violation, a meeting with the prosecutor guarantees a conviction. At these meetings you have no chance to win because you are pleading guilty and may, in some cases, receive a suspension of your licence. The prosecutor does not have to prove the case against you and the officer doesn’t show up. By attending an Early Resolution meeting you are giving up the possibility to totally win.
Why hire Fight Traffic Tickets Legal Services?🎫
Fight Traffic Tickets Legal Services does everything within the bounds of the law to deliver the best results! From the moment you hire us our team will exhaust all avenues and possibilities of defense. Our many testimonials speak for themselves….we deliver positive results!