The ‘last conditional sentence’ for fraud serves as reminder to have ‘compassion,’ counsel says

By Amanda Jerome (November 11, 2022, 9:49 AM EST) -- The Court of Appeal for Ontario has varied a custodial sentence to a conditional one in the case of a woman found guilty of defrauding her former employer, highlighting the sentencing judge’s failure to consider “relevant mitigating factors.”...
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