This afternoon, defense lawyer Clayton Ruby argued against the Crown's proposed three years and six month sentence for his client, disgraced former Deputy Minister of Education for Ontario Ben Levin.
Ruby says two years is enough. Co-counsel Gerald Chan then added that Levin never intended to hurt a real child.
A tearful Levin also addressed the judge, expressing remorse and a desire to make amends.
The judge will deliver a sentence on May 29.
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