Regulatory offences, sometimes called “public welfare” or “quasi-criminal” offences, encompass a wide variety of charges. Examples of these offences include traffic infractions, violating liquor legislation or competition laws, or conduct like hunting without a permit—to name just a few.
The consequences of being convicted of a regulatory offence can be very serious, and may include hefty fines and incarceration. When facing one of these charges, it’s important to speak with a lawyer as soon as possible to discuss your options.
The team at Bottos Law Group have successfully acted for clients regarding many regulatory offence charges, and they have specialized knowledge to advise you fully about these complicated matters.
If you believe you may be charged with one of these offences or already have been, don’t delay in contacting our experienced team immediately for a consultation.