Legal Aid Ontario

Site: Orangeville

Service: Duty Counsel Office (Criminal and Family), Orangeville

Description (Service) COVID-19 All in-person legal aid services have stopped until further notice.  Contact legal aid, your lawyer or legal representative for more information. You can also contact the courthouse, board or tribunal. If you don't have a lawyer and you need criminal or family legal advice, you can now get help over the phone without having to qualify.

Lawyers provide immediate legal assistance to low-income individuals who would otherwise be unrepresented and unassisted in criminal or family court. Lawyers quickly assess a client's legal situation and provide advice, information and representation. May include:
  • advice about legal rights, obligations and the court process
  • assistance in the courtroom for bail hearings and sentencing
  • assistance with diversion, guilty pleas and adjournments
  • help to determine if further duty counsel services are required or if the matter requires Legal Aid Ontario's assistance in retaining a lawyer

Client Service Centre phone line also provides free information, referral and advice from a lawyer
Service Details
Hours Duty Counsel Office: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Client Service Centre: Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm
Areas Served Dufferin County
Eligibility Low-income individuals appearing in court without a lawyer
Application There are no in person services at this time
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Languages Client Service Centre provides assistance in over 200 languages
Fees None
Address and Location
Located In Community Orangeville
Address & Map
Orangeville Courthouse
10 Louisa St
Orangeville, ON
Canada L9W 3P9
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Intersection Broadway and Louisa St
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-938-8671
Toll Free Phone 1-800-668-8258, Client Service Centre
TTY Phone 1-866-641-8867, Client Service Centre

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