LTSO Breaches

Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP also assists clients facing charges of breaching the conditions of their long-term supervision orders [LTSOs]. Generally, an offender who is suspected with breaching their conditions can be charged with a new criminal offence (or offences) and will have their release suspended, meaning that they will be returned to jail pending the outcome of the charges. Individuals found guilty of breaching their long-term supervision orders often face lengthy periods of re- incarceration. Our team can assist offenders in defending these charges and in obtaining the best possible outcome if a finding of guilt is made.


Wayne Cunningham

Wayne Cunningham

Tel: 416-585-1712
Fax: 416-408-2372

Email: Wayne Cunningham

Since 1953 Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP has been specializing in all areas of Criminal Law in the Toronto area. Our Toronto criminal lawyers at Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP serve the Greater Toronto Area and Ontario, Canada.

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