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Supreme Court of Canada to rule on constitutionality of mandatory firearm sentences

Summary by Ground News
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that a mandatory minimum sentence of four years for firing a gun at a house is unconstitutional. The decision comes in the case of a man who pleaded guilty to four charges stemming from a May 2014 incident in Lethbridge, Alta. The sentence was increased to four years after the appeal was heard.
Published 4 months ago · Ottawa, Canada

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