Dozens of people made the trek to a Toronto courthouse yesterday to bail out friends and family members arrested in the aftermath of the G20 riot.

Police have arrested more than 600 people, many of whom will pass through the special court set up to handle G20 summit arrests over the next few days. Five courtrooms were designated to hear the cases in the Ontario Court building in the city’s northwest outskirts.

Some of the most common charges were assault police officer, mischief and participating in an unlawful assembly.

Many of the accused were released with the condition they stay out of the downtown core, keep the peace and not participate in any violent demonstrations until a court-appointed date.