OFFENCE RELATED TO DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE

You are being charged with dangerous driving?

You have to appear in court on a hit-and-run charge?

You received an occurrence report for failing to stop at the request of a police officer?

A fair proportion of our clients are frequent road users, namely bus, truck, cab and delivery vehicle drivers. Statistically, the more time you spend on the road, the greater the risk of having to deal with delicate situations. Demerit points are highly valuable to our clients.

Thanks to our knowledge and thoroughness, we get better results for our clients which allow them to resume their daily operations.

Accusations

  • Dangerous driving
  • Hit-and-run
  • Failure to stop
  • Speeding
  • Hit-and-run
  • Endangering the life/safety of others while driving
  • Failure to follow/obey road signage
  • Using a cell phone while driving

Getting ready

Here are a few tips to help prepare for your first meeting with our lawyers..

1Make sure you don’t forget important details. We recommend you write down the sequence of events quickly after your arrest.

(Day of the week, date, time, place, witness names, contact information, if any, and the context leading up to the charge.)

2After having written down all the details, we strongly recommend you make a note of the dates that appear on the documents provided by the police after your arrest. It is also important to remember that if you do not appear in court on the day required, and if no lawyer is present on your behalf, the Court will issue a warrant for your arrest.

Cabinet Solution Avocat, criminalistes en préparation d'une stratégie

3Gather all the documents related to your charge into one file. Before proceeding with any correspondence, we recommend you meet with a lawyer and bring these documents to the meeting.

4Contact us quickly by phone or email to make an appointment.

Call us 24/7
Book a free consultation