A sentence is expected to be handed down Monday for the teen found guilty of first degree murder in the death of York Region Police Constable Garrett Styles.
Styles had stopped a minivan during a traffic stop in East Gwillimbury in the summer of 2011, when the vehicle suddenly accelerated, dragging the officer for 300 meters, before the driver lost control.
The vehicle then rolled on top of Styles.
The now-19 year old who was behind the wheel at the time was left a quadriplegic.
His lawyer is asking for no time in custody, arguing his condition is sentence enough, but the crown is pushing for an “open custody” youth sentence.