At trial, N.A.J. pleaded guilty to the charges. The IN Crown asked for a term of open custody, followed g by a lengthy probation and
At trial, N.A.J. pleaded guilty to the charges. The
Crown asked for a term of open custody, followed
by a lengthy probation and restitution. The defence
lasked for a non-custody_sentence, restitution, and
community service. The trial judge sentenced N.A.J.
to three months’ open custody, 20 months’ probation,
80 hours of community service, and nearly $4000
N.A.J. appealed the open custody imposed in
January 2003 under the Young Offenders Act. He
argued that because his appeal was being heard in
June 2003, he should be sentenced under the Youth
Criminal Justice Act.
1. When did the YCJA become law, and why
did N.A.J. want to be sentenced under this
2. List three factors working in N.A.J.’s favour
for having the custody portion of his
3. factor is not favourable for N.A.J. to
have the custody portion of his sentence
4. N.A.J.’s appeal was allowed and the custody
provision was overturned. Do you agree?
Why or why not?
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