What is risk to liberty and how is it determined?
Risk to liberty means it is likely that a person accused of a crime will face jail time if found guilty. If you qualify for legal aid and there is a risk to your liberty, you may be eligible for a certificate to cover the cost of a lawyer to represent you.
Risk to liberty is determined by the seriousness of your charge(s), whether you have other charges already before the courts, if you have a criminal record, and the criminal case circumstances to determine the risk to liberty.
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