Is there any case law in favour of a conditional sentence?

Prince Edward Island, Canada


The following excerpt is from Matthew Allan Reid v. R., 2003 PESCAD 29 (CanLII):

So the question is whether or not the trial judge made an error in principle when imposing the custodial sentences. Incarceration v. Conditional Sentence

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