Statutory and Regulatory Violations
Statutory and regulatory violations are special types of offences where the accused has violated provincial laws. Most of these offences carry with them penalties in the form of fines. Offenders are normally issued a ticket for violating the act or regulation, like speeding or failing to stop at a red light. Jail time is only considered in cases where the charges are much more serious. Many statutory and regulatory violations are not recorded onto a person’s permanent criminal record, but some other less serious record, like violations of the Traffic Safety Act being recorded against a person’s driver’s license. Statutory and regulatory violations are defined by the Provincial Acts and Regulations of Alberta and include: If you are facing one of these offences as part of or along with some other criminal charge, the best defence for statutory and regulatory offences is to retain the services of Paul Gracia, statutory and regulatory violations lawyer in Calgary. Mr.