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Was there a new ruling passed by the Supreme Court of Canada

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Was there a new ruling passed by the Supreme Court of Canada granting people waiting for trial in a detention centre ( 1 day counting for 1 and a half)? If so. May you provide the jurisprudence

Law.Hut : Hello: No. To the contrary, the federal government passed an act entitled The Truth in Sentencing Act, which amended the Criminal Code to provide that remand time is counted one for one. The only exception is if it is established that there are some special reasons to allow greater credit of one and a half times the actual time. There are no specific circumstances where that is allowed set out in the Code, but courts have said that this could include when a person is subject to segregation for safety reasons as one example.
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