DeMelo Law is experienced in representing clients on a variety of driving-related offences, including dangerous driving. In order to be convicted of dangerous driving, the Crown must prove that you were driving in way that was dangerous to the public, taking into consideration the circumstances at the time (i.e. weather, traffic, etc.).
In determining what is considered “dangerous”, the Crown must establish that your driving was more dangerous than how the average, reasonable person would drive in those same circumstances. Dangerous driving offences are serious, and could result in severe punishment, such as having your license taken away, or even jail time.
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Criminal Code Offences:
CONTROLLED DRUGS AND SUBSTANCES ACT OFFENCES:
- Possession for the Purposes of Trafficking
PROVINCIAL AND MUNICIPAL OFFENCES, INCLUDING THOSE UNDER:
- Highway Traffic Act
- Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act
- Liquor License Act
- City By-Laws
- Bail Review Hearings
- Divisional Court
- Superior Court of Justice
- Ontario Court of Appeal