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753.01(4) After the report is filed, the prosecutor may apply for a sentence of detention in a penitentiary for an indeterminate period, or for an order that the offender be subject to a new period of long-term supervision in addition to any other sentence that may be imposed for the offence.

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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.
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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