Our prices are the most competitive
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 discount, travel if necessary, etc.)
*Applicable only for offenses related to the Highway Safety Code
Frequently asked questions
The consequences of a statement of offense on your driving recordFinancial 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!
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 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.
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