Court for assault
My boyfriend (who has an assault charge against me with bail conditons not to contact me ) has court next week. He had his preliminary hearing last month but it got adjourned because he stated he needed time to get a lawyer. What will happen at the next court date? Will bail conditions be lifted?
Asked 4 months ago in Brampton, Ontario
Categories: Criminal Law
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There is no set procedure for each appearance in criminal court for any case, including domestic assaults. The procedure / steps to be taken will vary depending on several variables, including whether your b/f has retained a lawyer, whether the lawyer has or still needs to conduct a pre-trial with the Crown etc. For example, if your boyfriend still does not have a lawyer, he may still need time to retain one, in which case nothing may happen at the 2nd date.
Generally speaking, for a bail variation to occur which would allow for contact with you, the defence and Crown must form a meeting of the minds as to how the case will resolve, or the accused must bring a bail review. You can speak to Victim Services if you have any questions.
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Posted 4 months ago
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