CSO for hit and run

Mr. Armour's client was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and the Crown was seeking 6 months in jail as a sentence, arguing that a Conditional Sentence Order (CSO) was not available in these circumstances.  After hearing from Mr. Armour on the issue, Judge Hogan concluded not only that a CSO was legally available, but also that it was the appropriate sentence given the mitigating factors present in this case. 

At the end of the day, the client gets to keep working and carry out his sentence at home.

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