Long Term Offender Hearing for Lethbridge Man is Moved to Calgary
LETHBRIDGE: The Long Term Offender (LTO) hearing for a Lethbridge man has been moved to a Calgary courtroom.
Patrick Bryan Ryckman admitted to child pornography charges almost a year ago in Lethbridge court, in connection with a USB stick found in a University of Lethbridge computer lab in 2009, which had numerous images of child porn on it.
The LTO designation is reserved for sexual or violent offenders considered a high risk to re-offend. To receive an LTO Ryckman would have to be sentenced to at least two years in prison, with community supervision of up to 10-years.
The hearing is scheduled to run from September 3rd to the 6th. It's being moved to Calgary to better accommodate the Edmonton judge tasked with sentencing Ryckman.
Posted on Monday, March 25, 2013 at 4/17/2014 3:27:18 PM
Source: Patrick Burles (@PatrickBurles on Twitter)-- Country 95 News