A defendant is charged with a criminal offence, such as a domestic assault, and released with bail conditions. The police allege that the defendant has breached those conditions; he is arrested and charged under s.145(3) of the Criminal Code. Most recently, the...
When a individual is denied bail after a bail hearing or remains in custody waiting the outcome of their legal proceedings, are there any protections to ensure that this person does not languish in jail? Section 525 of the Criminal Code stipulates that when in...
In the summer of 2017, Canada's highest court stressed the importance of the presumption of innocence and the right to no be denied reasonable bail pending the outcome of an accused's charges. Pre-trial detention has a negative affect on an accused mental, social and...
You were charged with a criminal offence, such as sexual interference, and released on bail; however, it does not feel like liberty as the conditions on the bail recognizance are incredibly strict. Some examples of strict bail conditions are: house arrest except while...
When you have been charged with a criminal offence, such as a minor theft, it is possible that you may be released at the police station with a promise to appear and you may be subject to conditions on an undertaking. In other cases, such as drug trafficking, the...
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