Robocalls conviction deserves 18-20 months in jail, Crown says - 2014-10-18

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F182.png Robocalls conviction deserves 18-20 months in jail, Crown says October 18, 2014, Ron Charles, CBC News

Michael Sona should serve at least a year and a half in jail for his part in unleashing misleading robocalls during Canada's last federal election, Crown prosecutor Croft Michaelson argued Friday.

Michaelson told a judge in Guelph, Ont., that he was asking for 18 to 20 months in jail because of the serious nature of the offence, and the attack on the electoral process and constitutional rights.​

The Crown also asked for:

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