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At Tailor Law, we appreciate the sensitivity and care required in dealing with your Criminal matter. Our law firm works hard to approach your Criminal matter with the sensitivity and expertise that is required. If you have been charged with a criminal offence we understand that it can be a difficult time, so we are here to help. Navigating the court system and the appropriate laws can be confusing and time-consuming, so call Tailor Law’s Criminal Law Lawyers and we will be happy to help. Our Criminal Lawyers are dedicated to bringing a resolution that is in your best interest and helps you as well as any other parties involved move forward.
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Mississauga Criminal Lawyers
Criminal lawyers offer legal support in the way to help finalize your Criminal Charges. In Criminal Law matters, the lawyers at Tailor Law provide representation in Mississauga and Oakville. In Canada, you are innocent until proven guilty and it is the responsibility of the Crown Attorney to prove guilt in a court of law. It can feel, however, that the burden is on you to defend yourself. In seeking a Criminal Defence, you want top Criminal Law lawyers on your side to ensure you’re getting a fair deal. Tailor Law firm provides full service and representation in Criminal Law matters.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are being kept in police custody until your bail hearing or pending trial, it is even more important to secure legal counsel right away. You have the right to representation and the police are obligated to allow you to contact a lawyer once you have been searched for weapons and the police have completed the booking process.
Once you have asked for a lawyer, the police are no longer entitled to keep questioning you. If you do not have a lawyer, you are entitled to call someone who is not a lawyer as long as the purpose of the call is for that person to help you get in touch with a lawyer.
Tailor Law’s criminal defence lawyers can be reached toll-free at 1-800-804-4761. They can provide information about how to best conduct yourself while in custody, and will begin work immediately to get you out of custody so that you can properly deal with your matter together and take steps to minimize the impact of the criminal charges on you and your loved ones.
Interactions with law enforcement can be extremely stressful, especially those resulting in an arrest or charge(s). Whether you believe that you have committed an offence or not, you have the right to legal representation and the presumption of innocence. It’s important to speak with a lawyer as soon as possible once you have been detained and/or charged.
When you enter into the criminal justice system as a person accused of an offence, it can seem like an uphill battle just to have your voice heard. This is why an attentive and compassionate criminal defence lawyer can make all the difference. Tailor Law’s criminal defence lawyers serve clients in Toronto and throughout the surrounding areas. We offer a free, 30-minute consultation with a criminal lawyer during which you can discuss your options and how to best move forward to resolve your matter. Book your consultation online or give us a call at 905-366-0202.
In some instances, instead of being released back into the community, and accused is held in custody until their matter is resolved by trial or plea bargain. This is obviously a highly-stressful situation for the accused and their loved ones.
The first step Tailor Law criminal defence lawyers will take is to conduct a bail hearing, which means that we will appear in court as your counsel and put forward our best arguments as to why you rightly deserve your freedom while your case progresses.
Sometimes, in order for bail to be granted, the courts will ask that you provide them with a certain amount of money in order to provide “security” that you will show up for your court date. Other times, the court will require that someone else be “in charge” of making sure you adhere to bail conditions. This person is called a surety, and the courts will often require proof that the surety possesses a certain amount of money, which will be payable to the courts if you violate the terms of your release.
Before setting a bail hearing to determine whether or not you can be released pending trial of your matter, it is important for your lawyer to ensure that everything is in place for your release and to demonstrate as much to the court.