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In Committee from the Senate of Canada - Legal and Constitutional Affairs - March 27, 2014


The committee concludes its study of Bill C-14 with clause-by-clause consideration. C-14 deals with individuals found not criminally responsible (NCR) or unfit to stand trial due to a mental disorder. It amends the mental disorder regime in the Criminal Code to specify that public safety is the paramount consideration when decisions are made about a not NCR accused person. It would also create a high-risk designation, as well as ensure that victims are more included in the judicial process. (March 27, 2014)

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