The two-week sentencing arguments begin Monday for an 18-year-old who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of Hannah Leflar of Regina.
This comes after a mistrial was declared last November, after the discovery of new information, which is still under a publication ban.
The Crown and Leflar’s family wants the then 16-year-old boy to be sentenced as an adult.
Leflar, who was also 16 years old at the time, died in her Regina home in January 2015.
A second boy, who was also underage at the time of her death, is to have his sentencing hearing in September.