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Sentencing delayed for mom who tossed baby

The Crown and defence have completed their arguments in the sentencing hearing of a Surrey women who tossed the body of her dead newborn into the trash early last year.

Crown counsel Patti Tomasson has requested a conditional sentence with a probationary period for Surrey’s Courtny Dawn Taylor, while Taylor’s defence lawyer Chandra Corriveau has requested a conditional discharge.

Taylor’s lawyer is next expected back in court on April 4, when another sentencing date will be set, at which time Richmond provincial court Judge Jodie Werier is expected to sentence Taylor.

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