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Serving Courts in Bancroft, Belleville, Kingston, Napanee, Picton, Sharbot Lake and across Ontario.

Let our licensed paralegals help you avoid fines, demerit points, increase in insurance premiums and licence suspension.

Why Fight Your Traffic Ticket?

Traffic Tickets - Speeding, Careless Driving, Disobeying a Stop Sign, Fail to Move, Fail to Remain at an Accident - can result in License Suspension.

Paying a fine and pleading guilty to a traffic ticket can have many more consequences than a hefty fine amount. Most traffic tickets have demerit points and as little as one conviction can increase your insurance rates.

Let POINTTS™ Traffic Ticket Paralegals represent you in court.

Traffic Ticket Offences

Tickets and Fines are handled by municipally-run courts. Common offences include:

  • Excessive noise
  • Speeding
  • Driving without a permit
  • Disobeying traffic signs
  • Parking infractions
  • Not having proof of insurance
  • Public intoxication
  • Trespassing

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CVOR Offences

Commercial vehicle operators must have a valid Commercial vehicle Operator's registration (CVOR) certificate and carry a copy. The CVOR system monitors commercial carrier safety to improve road safety for all road users.

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All Other Offences

We serve all courts across Ontario and Manitoba. Contact us to obtain a Free Consultation.

Our Process


You receive a traffic ticket or summons from a police officer. You can call  1-888-787-0260 or  book your free consultation online.

Text Your Ticket

Text a clear image of the traffic ticket and your driver's licence to (905) 903-0260

Free Consultation

A POINTTS™ Traffic Ticket Specialist will review your ticket(s) and/or summons.

Fight Your Ticket

You retain POINTTS™ The Traffic Ticket Specialists to fight your ticket in court. We do our utmost to get you the best possible outcome.

A man in his 30’s was transported to Belleville General Hospital Wednesday night following a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Harmony and River Roads.
City police say a vehicle travelling north on River Road failed to stop at the stop sign and struck a vehicle heading east on Harmony Road.
The man taken to the hospital is believed to have minor injuries.
The investigation is ongoing.
The roads were slippery and snow-covered at the time of the accident.


A 22-year-old Tillsonburg man had his licence suspended after police caught a vehicle speeding in Norwich over the weekend.

According to Oxford County OPP, the incident occurred when police patrolling Maple Dell Road in Norwich around 4:30 a.m. on Saturday saw a speeding car.

As a result, the 22-year-old Tillsonburg man was charged with stunt driving. That charge comes with a seven-day vehicle impoundment and licence suspension. The individual is scheduled to appear in Woodstock court at a later date.


Three drivers in Quinte West will be off the road for a while after run-ins with local police.

Quinte West OPP officers stopped a vehicle for stunt driving on Byron Street early Sunday morning and ended up charging a Belleville man with numerous offences.
Anthony Michael Boutilier, 41, of Belleville, was charged with stunt driving, possession of crystal meth for the purpose of trafficking, possession of a prohibited weapon, possession of a prohibited weapon while prohibited, and resisting arrest.
The accused was held for a bail hearing Monday at the Ontario Court of Justice in Belleville.

At about the same time, OPP officers also located a “suspicious” vehicle parked in a laneway along Crowe Road and laid charges against a Quinte West man.
Michael James Hendrick, 58, was charged with refusal to comply with breath demand.
His driver’s licence has been suspended for 90 days and his vehicle impounded for seven days. He is scheduled to attend court Oct. 3.

Early Saturday morning, police stopped a vehicle on Trenton Frankford Road for a traffic offense, and found a driver under the influence of alcohol.
The driver’s roadside approved screening device readings resulted in a three day licence suspension for a 59-year-old woman from Quinte West but no criminal charges.
Police did not release the woman’s name.


Our Clients Love Us

Facing a handheld device ticket and the hefty penalties that accompanied it. We went to court and beat the ticket. Thanks to POINTTS for all of your help Tyler Pepper

I am using services of POINTTS for over 7 years and absolutely happy with them. They saved me a lot of troubles. Very easy to work with. The last one – all charges were dropped. I didn’t expect this and was very pleasantly impressed. Highly recommended! Ilya Print

I’ve been using POINTTS services for 2 times by now and extremely happy with the outcome, highly recommend them. Anton Iskandiarov

Worth every penny. POINTTS was very helpful and professional. They managed to achieve an outcome that was, pleasantly, much better than expected. Highly recommend! Mark Johnston


POINTTS™ Paralegals are licensed by the Law Society of Ontario. For over 34 groundbreaking years, POINTTS™ (Provincial Offences Information and Traffic Ticket Service) has been committed to providing quality legal representation to over a million satisfied clients.

We mean it when we say on your side….by your side!


Shelina Lalji is an Elected Bencher at the Law Society of Ontario. While an Executive for 7 years at POINTTS™, Shelina Lalji also focused on advancing the paralegal profession and Access to Justice.

In 2015, Shelina founded Shelina Lalji Professional Corporation and became the Master Franchisee of POINTTS™, both in Ontario and Manitoba.


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