Facing an Ontario Driving While Under Suspension Charge can be a very complex matter. It is one of the most serious offences listed in the Ontario Highway Traffic Act.
Many drivers try to fight their Ontario Driving While Under Suspension charge by themselves, and end up facing serious penalties.
Your best strategy for beating an Ontario Driving While Under Suspension charge is to speak to a Licensed Paralegal. To get Free Legal Advice about your case contact D.C. Paralegal Services to speak to one of our experienced paralegals.
Ontario Driving While Under Suspension Fine and Penalty
For a First Offence, if convicted, a driver will face:
- Minimum $1000 Fine to a Max fine of $5000
- Possible Jail Sentence
- Mandatory Additional 6 Month Driver’s Licence Suspension
The Minimum fine is Doubled to $2000
A Ontario Driving While Under Suspension Charge can also bring:
- Increased Insurance premiums
- Lost wages
- Tarnished Driving Record
- Possible Jail Time
- Unemployment for those dependent on their Driver’s Licence
Our paralegal team that specializes in Ontario Driving While Under Suspension charges can give you the best plan to help win your case.
If you need to prevent the mandatory Driver’s Licence Suspension, Get Legal Help. Many people need their Ontario Driver’s Licence to get to and from Work or School.
There is no “Hardship Driver’s Licence” in Ontario, so it is important to hire a Ontario Driving While Under Suspension Paralegal to give you the best chance of winning your case.
Our experienced paralegal know the “legal loop holes” that can help you beat your Ontario Driving Under Suspension charge. Our Paralegals also have great relationships with the court and that can help when fighting your charges in court.
Here is an Ontario Driving While Under Suspension Appeal Transcript that we handled that may help your defence:
R v Reid 
(Argued by David Chatten, CEO of D.C. Paralegal Services)
When you get charged with an Ontario Driving While Under Suspension, you will be given a Summons to Appear in Court, and will have a court date and time on the Summons.
It is important that you, or your Paralegal, to attend court to answer to the charge.
If you fail to attend, you may be convicted in your absence, or the court may issue a warrant for your arrest.
An Ontario Driving While Under Suspension Warrant could mean that you are held in custody until you have a Bail Hearing, where the Justice of the Peace will decided whether or not to release you.
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