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694.2(2) An appellant who is in custody and who is represented by counsel is not entitled to be present before the Supreme Court of Canada (a) on an application for leave to appeal, (b) on any proceedings that are preliminary or incidental to an appeal, or (c) at the hearing of the appeal, unless rules of court provide that entitlement or the Supreme Court of Canada or a judge thereof gives the appellant leave to be present.

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