Revocation of judgment and stay of execution

Revocation of judgment and stay of execution

If you have been convicted of an offence in absentia, you must act immediately. In fact, from the day you are informed of the conviction, you have only 15 days to submit an application for revocation.

You can file an application for revocation if you have a legitimate reason for not appearing before the court. If your reason is serious enough to substantiate your application, your conviction will be revoked and you will be allowed to make your case before a judge.

Given the potential impacts of a conviction, e.g. a revoked driver’s licence, it is critical to act quickly. Jonathan Boivin will take charge of your file and take the necessary steps to defend your rights.

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