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Traffic ticket lawyers in Mississauga, ON.
You've reached this page, so chances are you've been issued a traffic ticket and you need to talk with a Canadian traffic ticket defence lawyer or traffic court agent. You may be wondering how to find one and what to look for.
How do you find a traffic lawyer or a traffic court agent?
One of the best places to look for is online. Many lawyers and traffic court agents have great websites where you can learn about them and find out how they can help you.
Searching online for a traffic ticket lawyer.
Search engines try to display the most relevant search results. They look for pages that provide you with legitimate information (in this case, traffic ticket lawyers) that meets your search criteria. We optimize each of our traffic ticket pages to provide you with the information you're looking for. If you don't see what you're looking for on one of our pages, try this:
- Pick a search engine (such as google) to conduct your search.
- Try keying in your specific location (such as "Toronto" or "Vancouver").
- Type in what you're looking for (such as "traffic ticket defence lawyer").
- Try using a phrase (such as "Can an traffic ticket lawyer really help me?").
Take a look at the search results. Poke around a bit, and see who's out there. The nice thing about the Web is that you can learn a lot without leaving home.
What to look for in an traffic ticket lawyer or a traffic court agent.
From a lawyer's website, you should be able to answer the following questions:
- How long have they been practicing law?
- If it's a traffic court agent, what are their qualifications
- How much of their practice is devoted to traffic defence?
- What is their success rate on traffic ticket defence?
- What do they charge? Do they offer a free consultation?
- What are some of their clients saying about them?
Take out a pen and paper and jot down some notes as you read through different sites. Compare lawyers and traffic court agents and get a feel for who you'd like to call. Then call, and get the information you need about your specific traffic ticket charge.
Where to look if you can't find a traffic ticket lawyer online.
If you don't find what you're looking for online, call your provincial law society. They each have a lawyer referral program and can refer you to the nearest lawyer who practices law relevant to your situation.
Use your local phone directory.
Finally, if all else fails, check your local phone directory. You can learn who is practicing law in your area, but you won't get much other information about a lawyer or traffic court agent from a phone book listing.
When you find a lawyer.
Once you've found a traffic ticket lawyer, contact them and arrange to meet with them. Meeting in person is the best way to find out how a traffic ticket lawyer can help you.