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487.012(3) Before making an order, the justice or judge must be satisfied, on the basis of an ex parte application containing information on oath in writing, that there are reasonable grounds to believe that (a) an offence against this Act or any other Act of Parliament has been or is suspected to have been committed; (b) the documents or data will afford evidence respecting the commission of the offence; and (c) the person who is subject to the order has possession or control of the documents or data.

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multiple-victim-sexual-assaultThe Supreme Court of Canada, as well as the Ontario Court of Appeal, has stated overtly that anyone convicted of a multiple victim sexual assault can expect to receive double digit penitentiary sentences. In this case, despite two victims under the age of ten, Mr. Lewandowski was able to secure a non-penitentiary sentence.





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