Conditional Sentences

Changes to the Criminal Code from 2012 have been deemed unconstitutional by the Ontario Court of Appeal. This decision marks an important moment for the Courts as sentencing Judges will have another way to protect certain groups from systemic discrimination. While this decision was made with the unique circumstances of Aboriginal offenders in mind, the provision could apply to any offender found to be a part of a group that faces discrimination, such as alcoholics.
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