Community partners can help you get free legal information, connect with Legal Aid and connect you with people who can help.
We do not provide any legal advice or representation.
Legal Aid Eligibility varies, please feel free to meet with or contact Olivia Brown to discuss your possible eligibility.
The Probation Officer, Jon Jordan will not be coming to Lytton due to the pandemic.
Please phone 250.378.9354 for check in.
Jon Jordan (Probation Officer):
Kamloops Legal Aid:
KUU-US Crisis Services
We would advise you to speak to Duty Counsel if you are denied Legal Aid and if you can not afford to pay for your own lawyer.
Friendship Centers may be able to help you.
For free confidential referrals to help, and information.
Brydges Line is a province-wide toll-free telephone service available
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
You can call to speak to a lawyer if you're:
Brydges Line services are available at:
1-866-458-5500 (call no charge)
If you know someone in custody at a police lock-up who is awaiting a bail hearing, they can get legal advice over the phone during the evenings and on weekends and holidays.
Advice counsel services are available by calling:
(no charge from anywhere in BC)
Mon to Fri — 6 pm to 10 pm
Weekends and statutory holidays
- 8 am to 10 pm
Lawyers do not conduct teleconference bail hearings.
Police should fax the proposed "conditions of release" to the lawyer at 1-866-639-5733.
Lytton Restorative Justice, Prevention & Education Program are Proud Partners with Legal Aid Society of BC
Proud Partners with Legal Aid Society of BC
Proudly sponsored by JAG Civil Forfeiture Grants