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SECTION WORDING
10. (1) Where a court, judge, justice or provincial court judge summarily convicts a person for a contempt of court committed in the face of the court and imposes punishment in respect thereof, that person may appeal (a) from the conviction; or (b) against the punishment imposed. (2) Where a court or judge summarily convicts a person for a contempt of court not committed in the face of the court and punishment is imposed in respect thereof, that person may appeal (a) from the conviction; or (b) against the punishment imposed. (3) An appeal under this section lies to the court of appeal of the province in which the proceedings take place, and, for the purposes of this section, the provisions of Part XXI apply, with such modifications as the circumstances require.

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breach-of-trust-fraudGenerally, conditional jail sentences are not available for cases in which an employee steals from their employer. These cases are called "breaches of trust" - and this is an aggravating factor that militates towards the imposition of a jail sentence. In this case, Paul Lewandowski was able to successfully advocate for a conditional jail sentence, on a $120,000.00 fraud due to a shopping addiction.
invitation-to-sexual-touching-152Section 152 of the Criminal Code of Canada deals with the offence of invitation to sexual touching.

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s. 8(3)Common law principles continued
s. 9Criminal offences to be under law of Canada

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