They can provide for release conditions such as "no contact" until the trial or appeal (Section 515).
Even where no offence has been committed yet, where personal injury or damage is feared, courts can also order peace bonds or recognizances, which require an individual to agree to specific conditions to keep the peace (Section 810).
In cases such as these, the court may decide that supervised access, which often occurs in the presence of a social worker, is the best thing to order.
Along with visitation rights to the child, the access parent is automatically allowed by law to inquire about their children’s health, education and welfare.
It was founded in the mid-18th century by people from Kahnawake, a Catholic Mohawk village south of Montreal.