Traffic Tickets

Speeding/Excessive Speeding

Recent Successes

  • Case Name: R. v. S.H.
  • Charge(s): Driving While Prohibited; Obstruction of a Police Officer
  • Location: Surrey, British Columbia
  • Result: Charges withdrawn after arguments presented to Crown Prosecutor. NO CRIMINAL RECORD and NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.
  • Case Name: R. v. S.S.
  • Charge(s): Impaired Driving; Dangerous Driving
  • Location: Surrey, British Columbia
  • Result: Crown prosecutor dropped all charges mid-trial following counsel’s vigorous cross-examination of the investigating officers. NO CRIMINAL RECORD.
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Speeding

If you are caught driving over the speed limit, the police may issue you a violation ticket for speeding or excessive speeding. Police can also issue you a ticket for speeding relative to road conditions, or speeding in a school zone.

The minimum penalty you can receive for speeding is a $138 fine and 3 points against your driving record.

Excessive Speeding

If you are caught driving more than 40 kilometers over the speed limit, you may be issued a ticket for excessive speeding.

The minimum penalty for excessive speeding is:

  • A $368 fine and 3 points against your driving record;
  • Immediate vehicle impoundment (all associated costs must be paid before the vehicle will be released). See Vehicle Impoundment for further information.

If you have received a speeding or excessive speeding ticket and you wish to dispute it, our lawyers can help you. Please call us to discuss your case today.

Please note that you only have 30 days from the date you received your ticket to dispute it. Do not wait to call our lawyers to discuss your case.

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Recent Successes

  • Case Name: R. v. S.H.
  • Charge(s): Driving While Prohibited; Obstruction of a Police Officer
  • Location: Surrey, British Columbia
  • Result: Charges withdrawn after arguments presented to Crown Prosecutor. NO CRIMINAL RECORD and NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.
  • Case Name: R. v. S.S.
  • Charge(s): Impaired Driving; Dangerous Driving
  • Location: Surrey, British Columbia
  • Result: Crown prosecutor dropped all charges mid-trial following counsel’s vigorous cross-examination of the investigating officers. NO CRIMINAL RECORD.
Read More

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