Summary of the Steps

Step 1. Fight the Ticket

Here are the reasons why you should fight your ticket. If you think you are guilty or you don’t think it’s worth your time or you don’t want to go to court, read this step. It dispels myths most people wrongly believe. It’s easy to fight your ticket and your chances of winning are excellent if you follow the steps on this website.

Step 2. Request a Trial

Simple instructions to show you how to request a trial. It only takes 15 minutes to request a trial. All you have to do is go to the office on the back of your ticket and fill out a simple form with your name and address. How easy is that!

Step 3. Preparation.

Preparation is the key to success. Do your homework. Once you have requested a trial, you will have months before anything happens. This gives you time to prepare. It’s not difficult.

Step 4. Pre-Trial Strategies

Your trial has been scheduled. Now the fight begins. Here's what you need to do. This step shows you how to request disclosure from the prosecutor. All you need to do is fax or mail a simple form. It also shows you how to ask the court to stop your trial. Again, another simple form to complete. These two actions have an incredible success rate. You can avoid a conviction.

Step 5. Trial strategies

What to do, what to say, and what not to say. If your case does make it to court, this step explains in detail what to expect, what to say, how to behave and how to argue your case. Provincial courts are informal. It’s not like television. They have to explain everything to you and help you with your trial. The law is on your side. You can win!

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