Failing to Comply With Court Orders: Breaching Bail, Breach of Probation and other Court Orders

Bail Breach Lawyer TorontoOffences against the administration of justice can include a number of charges. The most common are failing to appear for court, failing to comply with a recognizance (breaching bail) and obstruction of justice. Although it is often perceived that a breach of bail is not very serious, in law it is often times more serious than the original offence the person is charged with.

The consequences of failing to comply with bail, a breach of probation, and other court order violations.

Being convicted of offences of this nature can make future attempts at obtaining bail very difficult and will typically carry a jail sentence. One should never underestimate how serious a breach of bail, or other types of offences relating to the administration of justice can be. Fortunately, an experienced lawyer can provide a number of defences to these types of offences that may seem factually impossible to defend.

Call us today at (416) 999-8389 to speak to one of our lawyers and to discuss what defences may apply to your charges and how these types of offences may be defended.

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DISCLAIMER: Every criminal case is unique and every case has it’s own challenges.  Past acquittals, withdrawals, or other favourable results our lawyers have achieved for our clients in breaching probation, bail, and other cases does not mean the same result can be obtained for present or future clients.  We look at each case with it’s own unique characteristics and fashion our approach on the individual, not the crime itself. 

  • R. v. E.B. (Ontario Court of Justice) – Link to case can be found here. Charges: Fail to Comply with Recognizance; Breach of Probation; Breach of Weapons Prohibition; Possession of Prohibited Weapon. Allegations: Accused found in motor vehicle in violation of several terms of recognizances, probation orders, and weapons prohibitions. Result: Not Guilty
  • R. v. K.M. (Ontario Court of Justice). Charges: Failing to Attend Court. Allegations: Accused of not appearing for Court as required. Result: Not Guilty
  • R. v. A.L. (Ontario Court of Justice) Charges: Failing to Attend Court. Allegations: Accused of not appearing for Court as required. Result: Charges withdrawn
  • R. v. K.M. (Ontario Court of Justice) Charges: Fail to Comply with Bail Recognizance.  Allegations: Accused of being around a person she was not supposed to in violation of the terms of her bail. Result: Charges withdrawn
  • R. v. A.W. (Ontario Court of Justice) Charges: Fail to Comply with Bail Recognizance. Allegations: Accused of breaching his bail by being out past his curfew. Result: Conditional Discharge
  • R. v. A.T. (Ontario Court of Justice) Charges: Fail to Comply with Bail Recognizance. Allegations: Accused of breaching his bail by being out past his curfew. Result: Conditional Discharge
  • R. v. R.L. (Ontario Court of Justice) Charges: Fail to Comply with Bail Recognizance. Allegations: Accused of breaching his bail by being in Peel Region when he was not supposed to.  Result: Not guilty – incriminating evidence ruled inadmissible
  • R. v. C.A.G. (Ontario Court of Justice). Charges: Fail to Comply with Probation. Allegations: Accused of breaching her probation by being in the presence of another person she was ordered not to.  Result: Charges Withdrawn

Speak to one of our lawyers today.  We have extensive experience in defending charges of breaching probation, breaching bail, and other forms of court orders.  Our lawyers can help.