Thank you very much, Ms. Leslie. I'll be very brief.
Mr. Ménard's question was directed towards serious offences and violent offences.
One of the things I talked about is on serious offences being five years or more and the implications with respect to the new bail regime that's being proposed here. I completely agree that removing the presumption against detention is a very problematic factor, because it plays into the entire structure of rehabilitation and reintegration that's currently in the system.
Then there are also violent offences. One of the things that's concerning about violence offences is in terms of the definition. I won't repeat the portion about building in a knowledge-based or fault-based element to that last tier, which is paragraph (c). If you're convicted of a violent offence and you're a young person, under this regime the crown and the judge automatically have to give some consideration to whether you ought to be sentenced as an adult.
It's interposed and it interplays very subtly but in a very real way. If you're convicted of an offence where you didn't even know there was a risk of harm, but the risk of harm was there and you didn't give any thought to it, you're then convicted of a violent offence and you're potentially sentenced as an adult.
That's what I wanted to add.