Summons

You or your representative must attend court if you are served a summons

About The Procedure

Receiving a summons for a traffic offence means you or your representative must attend Court on the date and time indicated on the summons. Failing to do so may result in an automatic conviction and/or a warrant for your arrest.

A summons is generally used for more serious Highway Traffic Act charges, so if you’ve been served you should consider your options carefully.

Offences where a summons is served can carry penalties that include minimum fines, demerit points, a licence suspension and in some cases, jail.

Contact POINTTS as soon as possible after you are served your summons and let us handle your matter. In most cases we go to court on your behalf. This enables you to save time and stress while giving you the best chance to protect your licence and save money.

Even if you missed your court date, contact POINTTS as soon as possible.  There may still be action we can take for you to save you having to pay your traffic ticket.

What You Should Do If You’ve Been Charged

Contact POINTTS™ for a free, no-obligation consultation as soon as possible to understand your options and get expert advice from a traffic ticket specialist.

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