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Just saw on the news that the two guys have turned themselves in.
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https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/ ... -1.5859221 cowards concerned for there own life more like it ,
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Can 17-year old be tried as adults for manslaughter?
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Lore wrote: Just saw on the news that the two guys have turned themselves in.
First right thing these 2 knuckle heads have done in last 24 hours. They did the crime so charge them as adults, so they can do the time.
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Even Steven wrote:Can 17-year old be tried as adults for manslaughter?
If you are 16 or 17 years old and you have been charged with murder, attempted murder, manslaughter, or aggravated sexual assault, your trial will automatically be moved to adult court unless your lawyer can convince the judge to keep the trial in the Youth Court.

Before a young person is transferred to adult court, a hearing will be held where the Crown prosecutor and the lawyer for the young person are given a chance to be heard by the judge. The judge will consider several factors when deciding whether to transfer a young person to adult court, such as the seriousness of the offence, public safety, and the need to help the young person.

https://www.legalline.ca/legal-answers/ ... -an-adult/
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oneh2obabe wrote:If you are 16 or 17 years old and you have been charged with murder, attempted murder, manslaughter, or aggravated sexual assault, your trial will automatically be moved to adult court unless your lawyer can convince the judge to keep the trial in the Youth Court.
Thank god. I'm 100% sure they won't be charged with murder, probably manslaughter. And probably only one of them.

But even then, he should be tried as adult.
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oneh2obabe wrote: If you are 16 or 17 years old and you have been charged with murder, attempted murder, manslaughter, or aggravated sexual assault, your trial will automatically be moved to adult court unless your lawyer can convince the judge to keep the trial in the Youth Court.
Even Steven wrote: Thank god. I'm 100% sure they won't be charged with murder, probably manslaughter. And probably only one of them.

But even then, he should be tried as adult.
That may depend on what was picked up on his body-cam.
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Fancy wrote: temovedThere won't be the justice expected.
There hasnt been a trial yet , only one person was driving the car , and chances are they wont be givin a desk job with pay while awaiting trial .
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indianlarry66 wrote:
Fancy wrote: temovedThere won't be the justice expected.
There hasnt been a trial yet , only one person was driving the car , and chances are they wont be givin a desk job with pay while awaiting trial .
Yes, the 17 year old was driving the car. Not sure what the "desk job" has to do with anything. I'm more frustrated with our legal system and will hope the 17 year old is charged and expected to be handled as an adult in this case.
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^^^Previously posted ... If you are 16 or 17 years old and you have been charged with murder, attempted murder, manslaughter, or aggravated sexual assault, your trial will automatically be moved to adult court unless your lawyer can convince the judge to keep the trial in the Youth Court.
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[qote="Fancy"]
indianlarry66 wrote:
Fancy wrote: temovedThere won't be the justice expected.
There hasnt been a trial yet , only one person was driving the car , and chances are they wont be givin a desk job with pay while awaiting trial .
Yes, the 17 year old was driving the car. Not sure what the "desk job" has to do with anything. I'm more frustrated with our legal system and will hope the 17 year old is charged and expected to be handled as an adult in this case.[/quote]

let's hope he will be,it is alerta after all
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Lawyer for the 17 year old is upset that his name had been released - guess she forgot there had to be an appllcation made to the Yourth Division for it to be made public.
Both teens accused of murdering a Calgary police officer will seek bail as soon as possible, according to their lawyers.

Amir Abdulrahman, 19, and a 17-year-old male youth, who cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, are each charged with the first-degree murder of Sgt. Andrew Harnett, who was killed as a vehicle fled a traffic stop on New Year's Eve.
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^^^ so I suspect there is something on this fallen officers body-cam that crown feels deserves first degree murder.
If so good luck to defence attorney.
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