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Bail

BAIL HEARINGS AND RELEASE

If you have been arrested and charged with a criminal offence, you may be have to appear at a bail hearing before a provincial court judge or a justice of the peace, in order to be released from jail. It is important to speak with a lawyer right away to understand the process for a bail hearing. Months or even years may pass before your trial, and securing your release is important to keep you working and living normally while preparing your case for trial.

If you have already been ordered detained by a Provincial Court Judge, you may be able to have your detention reviewed by a Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench.

 

Varying Bail Conditions:

If you have been released on difficult conditions, such as no contact or “no go” conditions, you may be able to have these conditions varied or removed.

Michelle is available 24 hours to discuss bail and run hearings at 403-835-4010. Any calls Michelle receives regarding bails are free, and she can discuss your detention and explain your options to you over the telephone.