Court Forms

IMPORTANT NOTE: You cannot file any Court Form electronically

Appeals

Within 30 days of the disposition/decision of the Court, a defendant or prosecutor is entitled to appeal an acquittal, conviction or sentence by filing a notice of Appeal (POA 0201) with the Ontario Court of Justice office.

PART I (Offence Notice)

How to file an Appeal

Where to file an Appeal
Notice of Appeal Part I
Extension of time to appeal
Application to file an appeal without paying the fine


PART III (Summons)

How to file an Appeal
Notice of Appeal Part III
Extension of time to appeal
Application to file an appeal without paying the fine
Transcript order form


Reopening

A defendant who was convicted without a hearing may, within 15 days of becoming aware of the conviction, apply to a Justice of the Peace to strike out the conviction.

* Please be advised that the Affidavit in support of your Reopening must be sworn to before a Commissioner of Oaths.

Affidavit in support of a reopening


Extensions (Payment Plan)

If you are unable to pay your fine(s) in full in the time given there is an opportunity for you to apply for an extension with a payment agreement.  An extension allows you to make monthly payments towards your fine(s) and avoid any additional collection enforcement.

Applicant information sheet
Motion for Extension of time to pay fine


General Forms

Disclosure Request
Transcript order form
Notice of motion
General Affidavit


Accessible Forms

For accessible forms please see Information for Defendants.

If you do not find the document that you are looking for please contact Court Services directly.

 

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