Speeding Camera Ticket

Automated Speed Enforcement

What is Automated Speed Enforcement?Jump to1 What is Automated Speed Enforcement?2 Do Speeding Camera Tickets Have Demerit Points?3 The Rules3.1 Automated speed enforcement system3.2 Information or data on photograph3.3 Photographs as evidence As of December 2019, the Ontario government has granted municipalities the ability to use Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) on their roads. This is […]

Ontario scraps idea to take traffic ticket system out of the courts

Ontario scraps idea to take traffic ticket system out of the courts Original article published by the Toronto Star http://barrie.ctvnews.ca/ontario-scraps-idea-to-take-traffic-ticket-system-out-of-the-courts-1.2882485 Allison Jones, The Canadian Press Published Sunday, May 1, 2016 10:03AM EDT The province has decided against implementing Administrative Monetary Penalty (AMP) at this time.  While this has generally flown under the public radar, there was […]

Is it worth it to fight my speeding ticket in court?

Is it worth it to fight my speeding ticket in court? Original Article Published by The Globe and Mail – http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-drive/culture/commuting/is-it-worth-it-to-fight-my-speeding-ticket-in-court/article23970625/ Published Wednesday, Apr. 15, 2015 2:18PM EDT Written by JASON TCHIR This is a very insightful article about whether or not it is worth it to fight your ticket.  It discussing the process and possible outcomes of contesting […]

Inconsistent radar testing casts doubt on validity of millions of speeding tickets

Inconsistent radar testing casts doubt on validity of millions of speeding tickets Article Published by CBC.ca – http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/speeding-tickets-police-radar-testing-1.3415927 Original Article Written by Marnie Luke, Lori Ward, CBC News Ticket Shield has had a number of clients calling in making reference to this article.  It is certainly insightful and something to think about.  The article discusses the protocol […]

Prepare yourself for battle to fight a ticket

Prepare yourself for battle to fight a ticket Toronto’s courts are backed up. There is little help for those who represent themselves when they have a traffic infraction. This article discusses how an administrative error regarding a traffic ticket cost Abraham Salzman $285 in fees, 10 hours of time and a suspension of his driver’s […]

Ontario to put increased fines for distracted driving back on table

Ontario to put increased fines for distracted driving back on table Original Article: ABDUL LATHEEF The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, Aug. 26 2014, 4:03 PM EDT  This article discusses the ongoing battle to have the penalties increased for distracted driving laws.  The plan is to increase the fines up to $400 to $1000, and add 3 […]

Police to issue heftier tickets for rush hour parking

Police to issue heftier tickets for rush hour parking Downtown rush hour parking violators will be fined $150, up from the $60 penalty. Original Article published by the Toronto Star.  Written By: Tess Kalinowski Transportation reporter, Published on Tue Jan 21 2014 The article discusses the increased fine amounts of parking tickets in Toronto.  The city claims that […]

Cellphone law: Holding one even briefly while driving is illegal, Ontario court rules

Cellphone law: Holding one even briefly while driving is illegal, Ontario court rules Rulings released Friday affirmed that holding any wireless device, whether actually using it or not, can result in a conviction. Original article published by the Toronto Star and written by RENE JOHNSTON The article discusses the issue of whether holding an article […]