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Prices do not include taxes.
The packages do not include the holding of a trial or any other legal act.
In the event that a trial is necessary, your lawyer will inform you of the costs associated with it.
Some additional costs may be added (request for postponement, travel if necessary, etc.)
*Applicable only for offenses related to the Highway Safety Code

Frequently asked questions

Also called a "ticket", a statement of offense is a document given to you by an authorized person (policeman, parking attendant, transport company inspector, etc.) when you are accused of having violated an article of the Highway Safety Code, among others, for speeding, cell phone driving or impaired driving. A traffic control radar can also report a traffic offense and electronically generate a statement of offence. This can be delivered to you in person, left on your windshield or mailed to your home.

The consequences of a statement of offense on your driving record

Financial penalty (fine)
Demerit point(s) on your driving record
Driver's license revoked

Depending on the seriousness of the offence, a statement of offense can have serious consequences both on your driving record and on your life in general.

For example, if your offense is about impaired driving (alcohol, drugs), you risk not only a severe monetary penalty and demerit points on your record, but also a revocation of your driver's license, even a criminal record.

Although these consequences seem rather critical at first glance, you can always contest your statement of offense if you believe you have plausible proof of your innocence. That is to say, you must have a defense to put forward in court, in order to win your case.

It is sometimes complex to grasp what constitutes a defense in law (a challenge) and to understand how it unfolds. This is why MTL Ticket is there to assist you throughout the legal proceedings, starting with your statement of offence. If you hesitate to contest your statement of offense or wish to contest it, contact us now, even before you have completed the response form on your statement of offense. We analyze each driving record with rigor and meticulousness, since we know that each demerit point counts!

If you believe you have a good chance of winning your case and you have supporting evidence in your possession (photo, witness statement or anything that could work in your favor), you need plead not guilty to your statement of offence. You have 30 days to plead not guilty from the date of receipt of the report.

To do this, check the “not guilty” box on the statement of offense that you were given; ask for a copy of the police report by writing on the back of the latter “I wish the disclosure of the proof of the offence. " (recommended); and send the response form by email or drop it off in person at the address indicated on your statement of offence. A notice of hearing will then be sent to you to inform you of the date and time at which you must appear in court.

If you have no defense to put forward and you plead guilty, all you have to do is check "guilty" on the statement of offense, pay the penalty (see the possible payment methods on your report) and to send everything before the deadline of 30 days following receipt of your report. Please note, however, that as soon as you pay your ticket, you are automatically found guilty of your offence.

If you do nothing within 30 days of receiving your statement of offense, you will be voluntarily sentenced by a judge to a hearing and payment of the agreed penalty, including the payment of additional costs for delay of payment.

What our customers
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Portrait professionnel de la stagiaire Mélanie Gosselin.

Mélanie Gosselin


Melanie joined the Riendeau Avocats team in 2023 and is currently doing her Bar internship with the firm. She obtained her law degree from the University of Sherbrooke in 2021. Melanie was excited to join Riendeau Avocats in order to combine her passion for criminal and penal law with that of helping people in difficulty.

Portrait professionnel de l'adjointe Carolia.

Carolia Ranivoharindrano

Accounting Manager
After earning her bachelor’s degree in Political Science at Concordia University, Carolia decided to continue her studies in Paralegal Technology at CDI College. Passionate about criminal law, she decided to join the Riendeau Avocats team to complete her internship. She loves learning more about the field of criminal and penal law from lawyers. In addition, with her many years of experience in customer service, she knows how to help clients with professionalism and rigor, in order to give the best satisfaction to the firm’s clients.
Portrait professionnel de l'avocat Pascal Gilbert.

Pascal Gilbert

Penal and Criminal Lawyer
Me Pascal Gilbert is passionate about law. Holder of a bachelor’s degree in law from the University of Montreal, in addition to a bachelor’s degree in history, Me Gilbert joined the Riendeau Avocats team as a criminal and penal lawyer. Listening to the needs of his clients, he will be able to be creative in order to explore all possible avenues throughout your legal process. Mr. Gilbert has excellent research and writing skills and is a keen learner. He wants to advance the law in the best possible direction.
Portrait professionnel de l'avocate Gabrielle Lauzon.

Gabrielle Lauzon

Criminal and Penal Lawyer
Bachelor of Laws under the COOP regime of the University of Sherbrooke, Me Gabrielle Lauzon joined the Riendeau Avocats team as a criminal lawyer after completed his internship. Me Lauzon shows great compassion towards everyone of its customers and always remains available to help others. Driven by her thirst for knowledge and her dynamism, she devotes herself enormously to each of her causes. to the Safety Code road.
Portrait professionnel de l'avocat Anthoni Daoust.

Me Anthoni Daoust

Penal and Criminal Lawyer
Holder of a minor in criminology from the UdM and a law degree from the UdS, Mr. Daoust is a criminal and penal lawyer, who is deeply interested in the recognition and respect of everyone’s rights. A progressive prosecutor, he engages in a practice aimed at democratizing access to justice. His analytical and negotiation skills allow him to obtain the best possible settlement in order to ensure his clients a full and complete defense.
Portrait professionnel de l'avocat Anthoni Daoust.

Me Chanèle Lecompte

Criminal and Penal Lawyer
A lawyer practicing mainly criminal and penal law, Me Chanèle Lecompte holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Sherbrooke. During her university career, she had the chance to do an internship with the judiciary, which allowed her to acquire the many assets that she puts forward during her representations before the courts. Passionate about criminal law, Me Lecompte will accompany you and defend you during the different stages of your case, and will listen to you.