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section 515(4.1)
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515(4.1) When making an order under subsection (2), in the case of an accused who is charged with (a) an offence in the commission of which violence against a person was used, threatened or attempted, (a.1) a terrorism offence, (b) an offence under section 264 (criminal harassment), (b.1) an offence under section 423.1 (intimidation of a justice system participant), (c) an offence relating to the contravention of any of sections 5 to 7 of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, (d) an offence that involves, or the subject-matter of which is, a firearm, a cross-bow, a prohibited weapon, a restricted weapon, a prohibited device, ammunition, prohibited ammunition or an explosive substance, or (e) an offence under subsection 20(1) of the Security of Information Act, or an offence under subsection 21(1) or 22(1) or section 23 of that Act that is committed in relation to on offence under subsection 20(1) of that Act, the justice shall add to the order a condition prohibiting the accused from possessing a firearm, cross-bow, prohibited weapon, restricted weapon, prohibited device, ammunition, prohibited ammunition or explosive substance, or all those things, until the accused is dealt with according to law unless the justice considers that such a condition is not required in the interests of the safety of the accused or the safety and security of a victim of the offence or of any other person.

trafficking-opiates-sentence-reducedA habitual offender convicted of trafficking opiates would typically expect to receive a penitentiary sentence. In this case, the offender had a massive criminal record. Despite this, and over the Crown's vehement objections, Mr. Lewandowski secured a provincial sentence - 18 months - to be served at a treatment facility.

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