Lawyer in Toronto
Search warrants are investigative tools used by police to search places for evidence. They require prior judicial authorization: if police wish to enter a person’s home or any other place, they must first convince a judge that they have reasonable grounds to do so. Once issued, search warrants give police extraordinary powers to enter a place to search for evidence and can often lead to criminal charges. Cases based on search warrants are challenging to defend precisely because the police have already convinced a judge that there are reasonable grounds for the search. While each case turns on its own facts, challenges to search warrants frequently take the form of challenging the underlying investigation. Misha has experience in defending people whose homes, cars, or other places have been searched by police.
A person denied bail has a right to a review
A pretrial procedure where the Crown’s evidence can be tested
Misha Feldmann has tried over one hundred cases