The criminal trial process is complicated and can seem unfair. Caryma Sa’d is a fierce advocate who works to ensure her clients’ rights are protected. You can count on her to guide you through the complex legal system as painlessly as possible.


Caryma Sa’d practices law in the Greater Toronto Area and beyond. She is focused and results-oriented, with sharp analytical problem-solving skills. Her practice is devoted to defending civil liberties, including “crimes of vice” such as sex and drug offenses. She works efficiently to keep your costs down.

Caryma Sa'd

Barrister & Solicitor
  • 197 Spadina Ave, Suite 402 Toronto, ON M5T 2C8
  • +1 647-360-7182

Bail Hearings - Servicing the City of Toronto and the GREATER TORONTO AREAS including: Downtown Toronto, Scarborough, Newmarket, Markham, Brampton, Burlington, Richmond Hill, North York, Etobicoke, Maple, Mississauga, Vaughan, King City, Pickering/Ajax, Whitby, Woodbridge, Upper Canada, Oakville. Affordable, Discounts, Weekends and Late Evening Services



Disclaimer: Please be advised that any email or social media correspondence with Caryma Sa’d is for informational purposes. You will not be considered a client until Caryma Sa’d has agreed to act for you in accordance with her usual policies for accepting clients. No action with regards to your particular matter should be taken until you have first sought full legal or professional advice from a lawyer fully retained to act on your behalf.


Know your rights

Obtain legal counsel immediately: call 647-360-7182

If you are arrested by the police, it is imperative that you obtain legal counsel by contacting me immediately.

My jail calls number is 416-775-2693

Most people don’t have any idea of what rights they have, or what they should and should not do when arrested. While you are in police custody you should be aware of all of your rights, including the right to silence. Otherwise, you may take steps that are wrong, or that have regrettable consequences. I will help you to understand your rights.

As well, once you have contacted me, I can begin to deal with the police, learn as much as possible about your situation, and take steps towards your release.

Bail hearings

After you’ve been arrested the police may decide to release you from custody, but they often impose bail conditions on your release. If the police do not release you, or you do not agree to their conditions of release, then you must appear at a bail hearing before a bail court.

Do you know what happens at a bail hearing?

Bail courts sit every day of the year, including weekends and holidays. It’s critical to have an experienced defence lawyer assist you at the bail hearing court, to advocate for your release, and to ensure that you fully understand the bail hearing process.

The court may impose bail conditions (these are legal rules) on you at a bail hearing. I can explain the bail conditions to you so that you understand them fully. I can also arrange for people to act for you as bail sureties. A bail surety will have to agree to take responsibility for you, and may have to pledge some assets or money, to act as assurance that you will comply with the bail conditions of release.


Effective advocacy shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg.

Caryma believes that the legal system ought to provide justice to the people it is meant to serve. She offers focused and results-oriented legal services at affordable rates.

Low-cost consultation helps you identify your options.

Caryma takes the time to ensure she understands your specific needs, goals, and expectations. An hour-long private consultation is $150 + HST.

You are under no obligation to retain any legal services following the first meeting.

Various payment options to meet your needs.

Caryma is sensitive to the fact that not all clients are in a position to pay their fee upfront. Payment plans can be arranged to accommodate your personal financial circumstances.


Working Hours.
Monday 24 hours
Tuesday 24 hours
Wednesday 24 hours
Thursday 24 hours
Friday 24 hours
Saturday 24 hours
Sunday 24 hours