Detention Review

Welcome to Titan Law Corporation, your trusted legal partner in British Columbia (BC) and the Vancouver area. We understand the importance of protecting your rights, especially when facing legal challenges involving detention review. Our experienced team is dedicated to providing comprehensive detention review services, ensuring that your rights are upheld throughout the process. Whether you’re seeking information about the detention review process in Canada or need expert representation during a detention hearing, we are here to guide you every step of the way.

How Titan Law Can Help

In the complex legal landscape of British Columbia (BC) and the Vancouver area, navigating the detention review process can be challenging. That’s where Titan Law Corporation comes in. Our experienced team of legal professionals is here to provide you with the guidance, representation, and expertise you need to navigate detention review proceedings successfully.

Whether you’re seeking to understand the detention review process, require representation during a detention hearing, or are concerned about the protection of your human rights, we are committed to assisting you. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can help you through the intricacies of detention review in Canada. At Titan Law Corporation, we stand by your side, advocating for your rights and ensuring a fair and just legal process.


A detention review in court involves assessing the grounds for an individual’s detention, whether due to immigration, national security, or criminal matters. An independent decision-maker, often from the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB), reviews the detention’s justification and human rights compliance. The detainee or their representative can present evidence against detention reasons.

The Canadian detention review process includes requesting a review post-detention, a hearing where factors like flight risk and public safety are evaluated. An impartial decision-maker determines if continued detention is necessary based on presented evidence. Subsequent reviews occur at intervals to reassess detention necessity.

Detention duration varies in Canada. Immigration detention lacks a fixed maximum, but detainees can challenge continued custody through regular reviews. Criminal cases involve timely trials, and detention can relate to sentences upon conviction.

Detention reviews are scheduled regularly to ensure lawful and justified custody. They occur after initial detention and at subsequent intervals. Immigration detainees experience initial reviews soon after detention, followed by regular assessments to determine ongoing necessity based on evolving circumstances.