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Detained For A Bail Hearing?
If the police have detained you for a bail hearing, you need an experienced bail lawyer to fight for your freedom.  Our only goal is to ensure that you get out of jail quickly and inexpensively so you can resume a normal life while we fight your criminal charges together.  Speak to a lawyer for FREE right
 now. Call (416) 400-6668  24/7.

Speedy Bail
The most important part of an expert criminal defence is obtaining speedy bail. You need a lawyer with the necessary experience, expertise, and contacts within the criminal justice system to secure your bail as quickly as possible. Choosing the wrong lawyer could result in weeks or even months spent in jail without even being convicted of a criminal offence. Toronto Criminal and DUI Lawyers have the experience and expertise to get you the fastest possible result.  Speak to a lawyer for FREE now. Call (416) 400-6668  24/7.

Avoiding a Bail Hearing Altogether
In many cases Toronto Criminal and DUI Lawyers have been able to negotiate with the prosecutors ahead of time to obtain bail on reasonable terms, removing the potential that a client is denied bail by the judge. Avoiding a formal bail hearing saves you money and reduces time spent in custody.  Speak to a lawyer for FREE
now. Call (416) 400-6668  24/7.

Optimise Your Bail Hearing Outcome
Hiring an experienced bail lawyer to assist you at your bail hearing significantly improves your chances of success. We ensure that both you and your sureties (your proposed bail supervisors) are prepared for the types of questions they will be asked by the judge or prosecutor. One wrong answer at a bail hearing can often make the difference between securing a release and a detention order.  Speak to a lawyer for FREE right
 now. Call (416) 400-6668  24/7.

You Got Bail Problems? We Got Bail Solutions!

Check out a couple of our recent cases:

Case: R. v. O.A. 
Charges: While out on an earlier release order, O.A. was charged with:

1) Fail to Comply with a Release Order
2) Dangerous Operation

3) Failure to Provide a Breath Sample

4) Utter Threats (2 counts)
5) Criminal Harassment
6) Failure to Comply
7) Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle

8) Race Motor Vehicle

9) Failure to Stop for Police.
Result: Released on Bail


Case: R. v. K.I.
Charges: Conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, where the indictable offences include:
1) Robbery with a Firearm
2) Disguise with Intent
3) Point Firearm
4) Threaten Death
5) Possession of a Weapon
6) Possession of Property Obtained by Crime
7) Unauthorized Possession of Firearm
8) Possession of a Prohibited Firearm with Ammunition
9) Possess Firearm Obtained By Crime
10) Careless use of a firearm
11) Possession of Property Obtained by Crime
Result: Released on Bail

You got Bail problems? We got Bail solutions!

Arrange your FREE consultation now

Call (416) 400-6668    24/7


We also represent clients at
Ontario Court of Justice and Superior Court of Justice

 bail hearings in
Brampton, Newmarket, Milton,
Guelph, Kitchener, Hamilton,
Niagara (St. Catharines), and Woodstock.


Value from Experience.

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