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SECTION WORDING
730(1) Where an accused, other than an organization, pleads guilty to or is found guilty of an offence, other than an offence for which a minimum punishment is prescribed by law or an offence punishable by imprisonment for fourteen years or for life, the court before which the accused appears may, if it considers it to be in the best interests of the accused and not contrary to the public interest, instead of convicting the accused, by order direct that the accused be discharged absolutely or on the conditions prescribed in a probation order made under subsection 731(2).

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solicitation-for-the-purpose-of-prostitution-213The offence of solicitation for the purpose of prostitution is undergoing a significant transition. Following the Supreme Court of Canada's decision in the Bedford case, Parliament has modified the provisions and underlying mechanisms to deal with prostitution.





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