Bail Hearings, Bail Hearing, Bail Hearing Canada, Criminal Code of Canada

By: Ontario Criminal Lawyers  14-04-2010
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Bail Hearings - Information on Bail Hearings

The bail hearing is arguably the most important step in the process of defending a criminal charge.
An accused charged with a criminal offence and held in custody will remain in jail until their trial date unless there is a bail hearing and bail is granted, or he or she pleads guilty to the offence.

Since many courts are overburdened with criminal trials and resources are limited, this could mean that an accused person could remain in jail for approximately eight to ten months for a before getting a trial date unless a bail hearing is held.

An accused may apply to be released from custody and have a bail hearing. An accused should consult a criminal lawyer to ensure the bail hearing is properly heard.

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