Do not settle when it comes to traffic offenses, DUIs, and criminal driving. Fight it.
Eliminate expensive Criminal Driving charges and fines
With our law firm on your side, we can expunge criminal driving charges from your record and eliminate hefty fines. With a proven record of success in the court room, our aggressive defense lawyers can fight for your innocence and win.
Do not be penalized. Choose a Criminal Driving defense team to fight for you
The penalties for criminal driving charges can range between:
- Jail time
- Up to $5000 in fines
- Suspended license
- Points on your license
- Increased car insurance premiums
- Loss of job
Do not suffer the heavy consequences of a criminal driving charge. Choose a defense team that fights for your rights and can keep your life safe and stable.
Criminal Driving is more than a speeding ticket
Most driving crimes are misdemeanor violations like speeding tickets or running a stop sign. But criminal driving also includes crimes that can end up as felonies like:
- Driving with a suspended license
- Driving without a license
- Reckless driving
- Police evasion
- Hit and runs
These acts of criminal driving result in much more serious consequences. You need a defense team that can fight for you, minimize your fees, and reduce the charges against you.
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Which driving offences are criminal offences?
Certain driving offences in Canada are considered criminal, such as impaired driving (DUI/DWI), dangerous driving, and driving while prohibited. These offences can result in criminal charges, which may have severe consequences, including fines, license suspension, and even imprisonment. If you are facing criminal charges related to driving offences, Shory Law can provide expert legal advice and representation to protect your rights. Contact us today for a consultation to discuss your case.
Does drink driving go on criminal record?
Yes, drunk driving, also known as impaired driving or driving under the influence (DUI), is considered a criminal offence in Canada. If convicted, it will result in a criminal record. A criminal record for impaired driving can have significant consequences, including limitations on travel, employment opportunities, and personal reputation.
Can I travel with a drink driving conviction?
It is advisable to check the entry requirements of the specific country you intend to visit and, if needed, consult with Shory Law for guidance on navigating any potential travel restrictions based on your drink driving conviction.
Can I get a visa with a criminal record?
A criminal record may impact your eligibility for a visa to enter certain countries. Each country has its immigration laws and policies regarding criminal records, and the impact can vary depending on the severity and nature of the criminal offence.