Provincial Offenses

The provincial offenses are non-criminal laws enforced on a provincial level. In the event of breach of such laws, a ticket or summon is issued under a provincial made legislation or a municipal-by-law. Examples of provincial offenses include over-speeding or careless driving, being intoxicated at a public place or selling liquor without a valid license, trespassing a property, or not having current compulsory automobile insurance.

Some provincial offenses can have serious implications if not dealt professionally. We save you from being entangled in the anomalies of court by helping you with:​

  • Appearance in court
  • Legal Advice
  • Speeding Tickets
  • Parking Violations
  • Requesting a Trial
  • Necessay Paperwork
  • Prosecution of Contraventions

Proper Representation in charges pertaining to:

  • Highway Traffic Act
  • Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act
  • Liquor License Act
  • Trespass to Property Act
  • City by-laws
Provincial Offenses
Provincial Offenses
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