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Tickets | Statements of Offence | Restricted license
BF Contravention is a service offered by a lawyer specialized in the Highway Safety Code, assisted by an experienced and qualified team of legal experts. We provide a professional, effective, fast and affordable service.
By entrusting BF Contravention with the process of contesting your statement of offence (also known as a “ticket” or “fine”), you are guaranteed to be dealing with determined and competent professionals. A statement of offence can lead to serious consequences: fines, a blemish on your driving record (demerit points), an increase in the annual cost of your driver’s licence and automobile insurance benefits, as well as a large amount of stress brought on by this tiresome and aggravating process.
We are specialists in all legal aspects of the Highway Safety Code and we can help you contest your statement of offence, and this, at any time throughout the legal process. Trust our experts and let us take care of your case.
We offer services tailored to your needs, whether you are seeking advice to contest your ticket on your own, or whether you require assistance from a lawyer. BF Contravention provides all legal services relating to road traffic offences such as: speeding, excessive speeding, failure to obey a stop sign or traffic light, cell phone use while driving, seat belt violation, hit and run, reckless driving, licence violation, as well as various other services relating to driving such as obtaining a restricted licence, impaired driving, revocation of judgement and a stay of execution.
IN SHORT, WITH BF CONTRAVENTION, YOU CHOOSE EXPERIENCED LAWYERS TO BEST PROTECT YOUR DRIVING RECORD.
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Legal consultation with a specialized lawyer
Management of your case and statement of offence
Assessment of the likelihood of success
Evidence analysis (breathalyser, photo radar or other)
Postponing a Court date
Negotiation with the opposing counsel
Any other legal services necessary to the progress of your case