Browser Compatibility Notification
It appears you are trying to access this site using an outdated browser. As a result, parts of the site may not function properly for you. We recommend updating your browser to its most recent version at your earliest convenience.
Skip to content

Got a Ticket?

ticket.jpgI have a ticket. What do I do now?

Once you have been issued a ticket, you have 15 days to implement one of the following options listed on the back of your Offence Notice (yellow ticket). If you do not exercise one of these options, you will be deemed not to dispute the charge and a Justice may enter a conviction against you. Upon conviction, additional costs will be added to the total payable. If the fine goes into default, an administrative fee will be added and steps will be taken to enforce your defaulted fine. For example, information may be provided to a consumer reporting agency and for certain offences, including speeding, your driver's licence may be suspended.

The following is a description of the three options listed on your ticket:

Option 1 - Plea of Guilty - Payment out of Court
Choose this option if you would like to plead guilty to the charge. Completed and sign Option 1 on the back of your ticket and pay the total payable (see below for payment options).

Option 2 - Early Resolution - Meet with Prosecutor (this option does not forego your right to a trial)
Choose this option if you want to meet a Prosecutor to discuss the possible resolution of the charge. If you fail to attend the scheduled meeting, you will be deemed not to dispute the charge and may be convicted in your absence. Complete and sign Option 2 on the back of your ticket and mail or deliver in person to the address below. A Meeting Notice will be sent to the address on file.  It is your responsibility to the court if your address changes.

Option 3 - Trial Option - DO NOT MAIL
Choose this option if you intend to appear in court to enter a plea of not guilty and have a trial in English. You or your representative MUST attend in person to the court office below within the times and days shown to file a notice of intention to appear in court. Bring the Notice with you.  A Notice of Trial will be issued and mailed to you with your scheduled trial date.


Ontario Court of Justice
Provincial Offences Court Office

City of Greater Sudbury
Provincial Tower
199 Larch Street, Suite 102 (Main Floor)
Sudbury, Ontario
P3E 5P9

Hours: Monday to Friday, excluding Holidays
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Provincial Offences Court Office
199 Larch Street, Suite 102
PO Box 6800, Station A
Sudbury, Ontario
P3E 5P9

Provincial Offences Court office

For more information about your fines, your options, and/or for a list of Provincial Offences Court offices call:

  • Local: Dial 311
  • Local: 705-674-4455, extension 2299
  • Direct: 705-673-0404
  • TTY (Hearing Impaired): 705-688-3919

Email Link:

Payment Options

You can make your payment online, in person, or by mail. Go to: and follow the steps that are clearly provided. You will need your credit card number (VISA or Mastercard) and your ticket number (see the front of your ticket - ICON code Location 4060 + 8 digits).

A Provincial Offences Office
You can pay by cash, money order, debit card, or credit card (VISA or Mastercard).

Mail a certified cheque or money order or deliver in person at:

Provincial Offences Court Office
199 Larch Street, Suite 102
Sudbury, Ontario
P3E 5P9