Highway 17, Ontario - Kenora Region 120 in a 90

skiergolfer75
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Highway 17, Ontario - Kenora Region 120 in a 90

Unread post by skiergolfer75 on

I was traveling at 120 kms, in a 90 zone, and I received a ticket. I want to fight it.

I was wondering if anyone knows the number of a local traffic paralegal, similar to Xcoppers, or Pointts, that could help me fight this ticket? I have called Pointts and they charge a massive fee to travel to and from Kenora, as they do have an office in Thunder Bay. Thanks in Advance for the help.


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Any particular reason why you wont attend the courthouse yourself? It's not really a charge where you couldn't just take it on yourself.

I don't really see any of these "ticket fighters" doing much more than getting your ticket reduced. If you're happy with that outcome, you can do that yourself. If you're looking for someone to go through a full blown trial, you'd probably want to make sure what you're getting before you plunk your money down.


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Unread post by skiergolfer75 on

I work in Fort McMurray and I live in Toronto. Neither of which are particularly close to Kenora, Ontario.

I have heard of ppl getting their tickets completely wiped off their record, and I would like to get that done, bc otherwise my insurance will increase.






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