section 83.3(7)

SECTION WORDING

83.3(7) When a person is taken before a provincial court judge under subsection (6), (a) if an information has not been laid under subsection (2), the judge shall order that the person be released; or (b) if an information has been laid under subsection (2), (i) the judge shall order that the person be released unless the peace officer who laid the information shows cause why the persons detention in custody is justified on one or more of the following grounds: (A) the detention is necessary to ensure the persons appearance before a provincial court judge in order to be dealt with in accordance with subsection (8), (B) the detention is necessary for the protection or safety of the public, including any witness, having regard to all the circumstances including (I) the likelihood that, if the person is released from custody, a terrorist activity will be carried out, and (II) any substantial likelihood that the person will, if released from custody, interfere with the administration of justice, and (C) the detention is necessary to maintain confidence in the administration of justice, having regard to all the circumstances, including the apparent strength of the peace officers grounds under subsection (2), and the gravity of any terrorist activity that may be carried out, and (ii) the judge may adjourn the matter for a hearing under subsection (8) but, if the person is not released under subparagraph (i), the adjournment may not exceed 48 hours.