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Supreme Court - Conditional Sentences Don't Count“The Supreme Court says conditional sentences don’t count as jail time when it comes to deciding whether permanent residents convicted of a crime ought to lose their status in Canada.

The top court also says that deciding whether a permanent resident is inadmissible to Canada hinges on the maximum sentence on the books at the time they committed the offence only…”

Original article and image posted by Sean Kilpatrick at The Canadian Press. To read the full article, click here