Orangeville Traffic Ticket Court
Sturino Walker Legal Services
Serving the Orangeville and County of Dufferin Courts
The Orangeville Traffic Ticket Court hears all provincial offence matters occurring in the County of Dufferin. Free parking is available on-site. Orangeville was established in 1864, and many of its original buildings remain along the main street, Broadway. In recent years, Orangeville has experienced enormous growth with a current population of approximately 30,000.
5 Frequently Asked Questions About An Orangeville Traffic Ticket
1. Where Is The Orangeville Traffic Ticket Court?
Phone Number: 519-941-5808
Fax Number: 905-940-3685
Icon Code: 0660
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: Orangeville Court Website
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, excluding holidays.
Orangeville Traffic Ticket Court Location
55 Zina Street, Orangeville, ON, L9W 1E5
2. Where Do I Pay An Orangeville Traffic Ticket?
If you want to pay your Orangeville Traffic Ticket or Speeding Ticket, you can pay your ticket online at paytickets.ca, or you can pay in person at the Orangeville Provincial Offences Court located at 55 Zina Street, Orangeville, ON, L9W 1E5.
3. How Can I Find My Orangeville Traffic Ticket Online?
Finding your Orangeville Traffic Ticket Online is straightforward. Go to the Provincial Offences Act Online Services website and access their Court Case Lookup. This is where you will be able to search for your Traffic Ticket.
You will need to know the ICON Location and Offence Number, which can be found on the top left and top right of your Traffic Ticket, respectively.
4. How Will A Traffic Ticket Affect My Insurance Rates?
Every insurance company is different, but most will let you get away with one minor traffic ticket. If you receive multiple traffic tickets, you will likely see an increase in your insurance rates if found guilty of the charges. The severity of the traffic ticket can have a significant impact on your insurance rates.
Commonly, traffic tickets are broken down into two groups: Minor and Severe charges. Minor charges are speeding tickets that carry zero points, while severe charges are Careless Driving or Stunt Driving.
5. How Will Demerit Points Affect My Driver’s Licence?
Demerit points are used by the Ministry of Transportation Ontario to track your driving record. If you receive too many demerit points, the ministry can send you a warning letter, suspend your licence, or take your licence away permanently.
An in-depth explanation of how demerit points work and how they affect your licence is fully explained in our article, The Demerit Point System.
3 Reasons To Fight Your Orangeville Traffic Ticket
1. Demerit Points
The Ministry of Transportation Ontario uses demerit points to track your driving. They determine whether you should be allowed to keep your licence and the privilege to keep driving. If you receive too many demerit points, they could suspend or take away your licence.
2. Insurance Rates
To ensure you keep your insurance rates low, we recommend fighting your Traffic Ticket. When a ticket is in the court process, only you and the officer know about the ticket. The ticket does not appear on your driving record, nor is your insurance company told about the ticket. You must be convicted of a Traffic Ticket for your insurance company to find out that you received one.
3. Licence Suspension
When a Police officer issues you a Traffic Ticket, they may not tell you that the ticket carries a licence suspension. The only way to avoid a licence suspension is to fight the ticket in court. If you are a Class G1 or G2 driver, there are even more licence suspensions you need to be aware of, if convicted of a Traffic Ticket.
Areas That Report to Orangeville Traffic Ticket Court
Traffic Ticket Mono Ontario
Mono Ontario is a rural community that is part of the County of Dufferin and is located just north of Orangeville. This area is primarily made up of farms and country estates, making it the perfect weekend getaway location. If you receive a Traffic Ticket in Mono Ontario, your matter will be heard in the Orangeville Traffic Ticket Court.
Sturino Walker Legal Services
Sturino Walker Legal is a Paralegal law firm providing legal services for Orangeville speeding tickets, Orangeville careless driving tickets, and Orangeville traffic ticket. The goal at Sturino Walker Legal Services is simple – bring high-quality legal services to the public for an affordable price. We strive to provide competent, dedicated, and passionate representation that meets our client’s needs and interests.
Our Legal Team
Sturino Walker Legal Services is committed to providing their clients with the personal attention that their legal matter deserves. For that reason, the team at Sturino Walker Legal Services is comprised of two Licensed Paralegals, Liam Walker and Maria Sturino. They take care of every case from start to finish personally. For further information, click Meet The Team.
What We Can Do For You
We are your partner in your pursuit of justice. Knowing that the legal system might be unfamiliar and overwhelming to you, we will take the time to explain your legal rights and options. We are with you every step of the way, taking care of everything for you. We file your traffic ticket, order the officer’s notes (disclosure), attend court on your behalf, handle all correspondence, and any necessary negotiations. We’ll ensure this process is as stress-free as possible for you.
Where We’re Located
16 Four Seasons Place, Suite 109
Nearest Major Intersection:
Highway 427 and Burnhamthorpe
Monday to Friday – 9:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday – By Appointment Only
Areas of Service
- Richmond Hill
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