A bail review is the process of having a detention order reviewed after losing a bail hearing. A bail review can only be heard by a judge presiding in the Superior Court of Justice as he/she will have the judicial authority to overturn a lower court decision made in the Ontario Court of Justice.
A bail review application can be an expensive and complex process as it requires skilled advocacy, careful preparation of supporting affidavits and court transcripts at the hearing.
In order, to be successful at the hearing one must show that the lower court judge made an error in law or that a material change in circumstances warrants the release of the accused before his trial date.
Our lawyers have extensive experience with bail hearings and bail review applications and can help secure the release of you or a loved one. To reach an experience Toronto Criminal Lawyer that specializes in Bail Review application contact our office immediately at 647-352-BAIL (2245).
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