We find out tomorrow (Thursday) if the RCMP officer, who repeatedly stunned Robert Dziekanski with a taser at the Vancouver airport in 2007, is facing any time behind bars for lying about what happened.
Kwesi Millington’s sentence hearing is slated to start at 10am.
He’s one of two Mounties convicted of perjury involving their testimony at a public inquiry in 2009.
His was the first of two guilty verdicts linked to the 40-year old Polish immigrant’s death.
In February, a BC Supreme Court judge ruled there was no doubt Millington was motivated to lie, despite repeated denials the four officers involved colluded to tell the same false version of events.
The maximum penalty for perjury in Canada is 14 years.
Last week, Constable Gerry Rundel was the second officer to be acquitted.
Constable Bill Bentley was found not guilty in 2013, but prosecutors are hoping the BC Court of Appeal will grant them a new trial.
Former corporal Benjamin (Monty) Robinson, who was convicted in March, will likely be sentenced next month.