What authority does a judge have to give directions incidental to an order under s. 527(1) of the Criminal Code?

Alberta, Canada


The following excerpt is from R v Baptiste, 2017 ABQB 117 (CanLII):

Veit J. relied on R v. Levesque [1980] B.C.J. No. 842 and other authority which referred specifically to the court’s authority under s. 527(5) to give directions incidental to an order under s. 527(1). Section 527(5) provides: (5) Where the appearance of a prisoner is required for the purposes of paragraph 1(a) or (b), the judge or provincial court judge shall give appropriate directions in the order with respect to the manner in which the prisoner is (a) to be kept in custody, if he is ordered to stand trial; or (b) to be returned, if he is discharged on a preliminary inquiry or if he is acquitted of the charge against him.

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