An HIV-positive defendant for aggravated sexual assault released
After a deliberation of two days, the judge finally agreed to release Frédéric Lefebvre, accused of aggravated sexual assault on two victims, subject to strict conditions.
Wednesday, 23 August, 2017 16:47
Wednesday, 23 August, 2017 16:56
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A man with HIV accused of aggravated sexual assault on two victims has been released on condition not to be in the region of Montmagny, the place of the alleged crimes, and to reside in a house in montreal that welcomes people with aids.
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Incarcerated since his arrest at the beginning of the month of July, Frédéric Lefebvre has undergone its survey released Monday, in order to leave detention during the proceedings. After a deliberation of two days, the judge finally agreed to release the 34 year old male with severe conditions.
The cook training is accused of having put the lives of two men of 24 and 39 years of age in danger by attacking them sexually. The actions would have been taken between 29 July and 31 October 2016 in Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, south of Montmagny. Frédéric Lefebvre lived at the time, Quebec and worked in a restaurant, but has since moved to Montreal.
Despite the serious charges, the carrier of HIV was able to regain her freedom on the condition that you reside 24 hours on 24 at the Park House, a resource for people with aids. By the same token, it will be forbidden to Lefebvre to visit in the district of Montmagny, except for the procedures.
Finally, the accused has the particular condition to present “medical results confirming viral load” and prove his medications.
He will return to court on 6 October. The man, however, must return to the front of the municipal court of Quebec for 12 charges of fraud.