In Nov. 26, 2014 [the accused], a young teller provided information to her boyfriend and two other men to assist them in carrying out a bank robbery. Prosecutor Ryan Jenkins and defence counsel Greg Dunn want the judge hearing her case to sentence [the accused] to six months, less a day, in jail and place her on probation for two years.
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The proposed sentence would give [the accused], a Moroccan citizen who has lived in North America for most of her life, a better shot at avoiding deportation, Dunn said.
Initially police arrested the three robbers, believing [the accused] was a victim before they realized it was an inside job. She was arrested in December 2014. Last week, she pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit a robbery.
Canada's Criminal Code divides offences into three categories: indictable offences, summary conviction offences and hybrid offences which can be handled through either summary conviction or indictment. Typically, the more serious an offence is, the more likely it is to be categorized as an indictable offence.