November 15th, 2018

No Contact Bail Breach Receives Lessor Sentence As Neither Party Wanted Condition – R. v. Rowan, 2018 Leduc Provincial Court

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Accused pleaded guilty to breach of a ‘no-go’ recognizance condition in relation to her domestic partner of 20 years. Neither the accused nor victim had any intention of abiding by the condition. Indigenous accused with a related prior record. Held: 10 days’ imprisonment plus 5 days credit for pre-trial custody. Discussion of no contact/no-go bail … Read More.