LAWS 3307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Psychological Reports, Indictable Offence, Mental Disorder

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New york times article and podcast available on culearn. Where it is not inconsistent with the protection of society, taking no measures or taking measures other than judicial proceedings should be considered for young persons who have committed offences. : alternative measures, diversion: s. 717 cr. C: alternative measures (yoa, extrajudicial measures (ycja, extrajudicial sanctions (ycja) 25% of youth cases were diverted to am"s. These are measures taken by police, before bringing the case into the court system by laying charges; or, they could be stricter extrajudicial sanctions imposed by the crown. Page 2 (i) has previously been dealt with by the use of extrajudicial measures, or (ii) has previously been found guilty of an offence: 5. The attorney general, or any other minister designated by the lieutenant governor of a province, may establish a program authorizing the police to administer cautions to young persons instead of starting judicial proceedings under this act: 8.

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