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SECTION WORDING
485(4) Where, in the opinion of the court, judge, provincial court judge or justice, an accused or a defendant who appears at a proceeding has been misled or prejudiced by reason of any matter referred to in subsection (1), the court, judge, provincial court judge or justice may adjourn the proceeding and may make such order as it or he considers appropriate.

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breach-of-bail-recognizanceA discussion about breaches of recognizance and the consequences a breach can have on the outstanding substantive charge. Systemic pressures on an accused are analysed, with a view from sparing the clients from a systemically coerced plea.





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