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Red light fail to stop tickets carry 3 demerit points. If you get convicted of this allegation a conviction will be registered on your driving abstract and you may face insurance increase. As of January 2010 penalty for the red light fail to stop tickets has been increased from $180 to $325. Notwithstanding the amount indicated on the offence notice in situations such as red light tickets resulting in an accident, serious injuries or property damage prosecution may ask the Court to impose higher penalty. Currently Provincial Offences Act prescribes for a fine of not less than $200 and not more than $1,000.
Many red light tickets issued as a result of an accident. In most traffic ticket accident allegations prosecution requires several witnesses to be in attendance on the trial date. It is very important to obtain disclosure documents in advance of your trial date to ensure that your case is properly prepared. Do not take these allegations lightly and ask us for a free consultation to review your case and help to prepare a red light ticket defence.
(18) Every driver approaching a traffic control signal showing a circular red indication and facing the indication shall stop his or her vehicle and shall not proceed until a green indication is shown.
Ontario Highway Traffic Act prescribes for several offences related to red light violations such as:
If you received a red light ticket, Traffic Law Paralegal Services is dedicated to fight for you. Call to fight Mississauga red light tickets today (905)206-9080.
Traffic Law Paralegal Services has been defending traffic tickets in Ontario for almost two decades. At Traffic Law you will receive experienced and competent representation fighting traffic tickets and criminal charges (summary offences). Most common allegations include speeding tickets, careless driving, stunt driving, no insurance and more.
Serhiy Senatorov is an owner of Traffic Law paralegal services and is a former vice-president of Licensed Paralegals Association (Ontario), former vice-president of the Ontario Paralegals Association and is a regular speaker on continuing professional development for paralegals, lawyers and Justices.