Use or Possession of Explosives (Sentencing Cases)

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Case Digests

Case Name Sentence Summary
R v TWW,
1996 CanLII 8706 (NS CA)
8 months custody and16 months probation (global) The offender was a youth who plead guilty to making a home-made bomb, "possession of an explosive substance", and mischief. He had made a bomb which he put under the car of one of his teachers. It exploded, causing around $1,500 worth of damage. He had also called the teacher and used profane language at her. The youth had a lengthy criminal record. He was 15 years old.