Criminal Law Blog
A surety is someone approved by the court to supervise an accused in the community pending the resolution of their criminal charges.
Be prepared, plan and know the plan of release, ask questions before the hearing, tips surety while testifying testimony, and don't rush!
While the right to be released on bail applies to all criminal charges (meaning no offence, no matter how serious, is excluded), the practical reality is that being released on bail is much more difficult when you are facing firearm related charges.
As with all aspects of our lives, the COVID-19 pandemic as has impacted how the way the court system operates.
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