“Road rage” is is essentially aggressive or violent behaviour that is exhibited by drivers and their passengers. The most common road rage behaviours include: offensive gestures, verbal insults and swearing, dangerous driving and even physical altercations. The perpetrators and victims in these cases include drivers, cyclists and even pedestrians. These situations are not uncommon in large cities such as Toronto that have gridlock and other traffic issues, such as seemingly endless construction delays in addition to the “rush hour”. Road rage altercations can involve serious bodily harm and even death, in extreme cases. These are not “accident” cases as they typically involve a loss of temper and/or a venting of frustration by the involved the parties.
Michael Juskey is a Toronto Road Rage Lawyer with extensive experience assisting individuals who find themselves charged in these situations. Call the office now to speak with Michael directly. The first consultation is always free.
Road rage cases typically involve Criminal Code charges such as: assault, assault with a weapon, assault causing bodily harm, uttering threats and mischief.
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R v A.J.
My client’s criminal charges of Assault, Assault with a Weapon and Mischief Under $5,000 were withdrawn at the Old City Hall courthouse. No jail. No criminal record.
R v B.P.
Client’s charges of Dangerous Operation of Motor Vehicle, Assault with Weapon (x2) and Uttering Threats (x2) were withdrawn at the request of the crown. No jail. No driving prohibition. No criminal record.
R v B.T.
B.T. was charged with Assault with a Weapon and Assault Causing Bodily Harm. The injuries were serious and the complainant required stitches. Extensive pretrial discussions were conducted on this matter and eventually both charges were withdrawn. No jail. No criminal record.