The murder case of Hannah Leflar came to a shocking end today in a Regina provincial courtroom.
The accomplice in the murder was sentenced as a youth, and given a four-to-seven year IRCS sentence for further rehabilitation.
Chris White, the crown prosecutor in the case, says the family of Hannah Leflar is not satisfied with the verdict.
Greg Wilson was the defence lawyer in this case, and says the judge made the right call despite public reaction.
The now 19-year-old teen, who still can’t be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, does not receive credit for the 33 months previously spent in a youth correctional facility, meaning he could spend as much as 9 and a half years total behind bars.
There will be a meeting taking place later this month on the issue of placement.