The Process


BAIL HEARING: SHOW CAUSE

Overview: In Canada, everyone charged with a criminal offence is innocent until proven guilty. The presumption of innocence is entrenched in section 11(d) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and remains intact until the resolution of your case.Read More…

DISCLOSURE: KNOWING THE CASE AGAINST YOU

Overview: Everyone charged with an offence has the right to know the evidence the Crown has against them. This evidence is called Disclosure and is generally provided at the first court appearance after the Bail Hearing. Disclosure will usually includeRead More…

CROWN AND JUDICIAL PRE-TRIALS: MEETINGS WITH CROWNS AND JUDGES

Overview: A Crown Pre-Trial is a meeting with the Crown Attorney about your case. It is at this time that the Crown will usually provide its position on a guilty plea. There will also be some discussion as to howRead More…

PRELIMINARY HEARING: A SNEAK PREVIEW

Overview: Preliminary Hearings are reserved for offences in which the Crown has elected to proceed by indictment. These offences are more serious and have more serious consequences in the event of conviction. When charged with such an offence, it isRead More…

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