The licence-holder is entitled to a certain number of demerit points on his or her driving record
before being sanctioned by the SAAQ. This is dependent on the licence-holder’s demerit point bracket.
Once a driver has accumulated a greater number of demerit points than his or her bracket permits, the SAAQ
informs the driver that the licence will be revoked.
To be eligible for a restricted licence, a driver must file an application with a Court of Quebec judge and demonstrate to the judge that the operation of a motor vehicle is an essential aspect of his or her employment. Holders of a restricted license are authorized to drive a motor vehicle only where driving is an essential aspect of their primary source of employment.
Montreal traffic ticket lawyer, S. Zalman Haouzi, can help you contest your traffic ticket anywhere in the province of Quebec. In most circumstances, we charge flat rates that are negotiated in the initial stages of the case.
Traffic ticket convictions in Quebec can lead to demerit points, increased insurance costs and possibly licence suspension or revocation. We aim to provide clients with the best possible outcome, with careful consideration of the factors involved. “Success” is defined by your individual goals, ranging from dismissal of a traffic ticket to preventing a licence suspension to avoiding demerit points or simply managing the number of demerit points entered on your driving record.
We provide representation in the judicial district of Montreal and its surrounding districts, including Laval,
Longueuil, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Joliette,
Saint-Jerome, and the West Island.
Our fee structure is usually discussed and negotiated during the initial consultation.
Our Montreal office may accept certain legal aid mandates, depending on the complexity of the case.