The sentencing hearing for a 19 year old who has pleaded guilty to the killing of 16 year old Hannah Leflar in her home of January 2015 hit Day 4 Thursday.
Court heard from the provincial co-ordinator of a youth rehabilitation program for young offenders who said the boy, who was 16 at the time of the killing, will not enter that program because of his age and his lack of participation in programming already made available.
A risk assessment co-ordinator also told Court that the chances of the boy re-offending are greater than 50 percent.
The Crown is looking for an adult sentence for the boy that carries an automatic life sentence of 25 years, with no chance of parole for ten years.
Leflar, a Grade 11 student at Thom Collegiate, was stabbed to death in her home by an ex-boyfriend.
Another boy has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the case and will be sentenced later this year.