PARALEGAL SERVICES: THE LEGAL PROFESSIONALS
Maria-Anita Lovell Professional Corporation
POA refers to the Provincial Offences Act.
Provincial Offences are non-criminal or quasi-criminal laws made by the Province of Ontario. The Provincial Offences Act is a provincial statue that sets out procedures for the prosecution of offences under provincial statutes, regulations and municipal by-laws.
There are three different types of provincial offence notices:
Provincial Offence infractions are primarily laid by the police, including those committed under the Highway Traffic Act, such as speeding, careless driving, or not wearing your seat belt.
Some other laws that fall under Provincial Offences:
We will appear in court on your behalf to represent you and provide the merits of your defence.