MARIJUANA MANDATORY MINIMUM – One-year sentence reduced to 12 days
Ontario’s Court of Appeal has imposed a 12 day jail sentence for possession of 97 grams of marijuana that would otherwise now require a minimum one year jail sentence under Harper’s tough on crime laws. Harper’s laws are out of touch.
Ontario’s appeal court has lowered a Sarnia man’s one-year jail sentence for possession of marijuana for trafficking to 12 days.In a decision released Thursday the appeal court stated the Crown agreed that the one-year sentence, imposed on Jan. 14 for James Munroe, was unfit. The sentence had been imposed due to a misapprehension of the law that th
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