Driving Under Suspensions

If this is the first time you have been charged with Drive under Suspension, you are facing the following penalties if convicted:

  • A fine of $1,000 to $5,000 ($5,000 to $25,000 if you had been suspended for certain Criminal Code charges)
  • A mandatory 6 month suspension of your driver’s license
  • A possible term of imprisonment for up to 6 months

For each subsequent offence:

  • A fine of $2,000 to $5,000 ($10,000 to $50,000 if you had been suspended for certain Criminal Code charges)
  • A mandatory suspension of your driver’s license
  • A possible term of imprisonment for up to 6 months

We have been successfully defending clients for 20 years and Drive Suspended is one of the main charges that we defend. Our objective is always to eliminate your charge first if at all possible. If we feel you are at risk of a conviction to a drive suspended charge then we will seek to negotiate the best resolution possible on your behalf. Generally you will not need to attend court unless you choose the ‘trial only’ option for your drive suspended charge.

Please do not attend court on your drive suspended charge without speaking to us. You can call us for a free consultation of your drive suspended charge or send us an email. If you decide to defend your drive suspended charge then we will normally attend court for you. We will then do everything possible to eliminate your drive suspended charge, or we will try to reduce the charge to a more minor traffic ticket or we will defend you at trial. You will always have the choice to attend court or to have us represent you instead. We will of course make a recommendation to help you. We are confident that you will not find better paralegal representation anywhere as all of our representatives are Licensed Legal Service Providers under the Law Society of Upper Canada. If you want a Lawyer to handle your charge instead, we suggest you visit www.thetrafficlawyers.ca.

Traffic Tickets

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Criminal Offences