Driving Without Insurance
While driving a vehicle without proper insurance is not an offence under the Criminal Code of Canada, it is a serious offence under provincial law. If convicted, your car could be impounded for three months, your licence could be suspended for one year, and you could be obliged to pay a fine of up to $25,000. Richard Allman is familiar with both the provincial and federal codes and knows how best to defend your rights before courts and judges at both levels.
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