The Crown and defence agree on how much time a former RCMP officer should get for lying about the Robert Dziekanski case.
But they disagree on how the time should be served.
David Crossin says his client, Benjamin Monty Robinson, should serve one and a half to three years on a conditional sentence.
The Crown wants him to spend it behind bars.
Crossin says Robinson finally has his struggles with alcoholism and post-traumatic stress disorder under control and has been sober for three years.
The Crown says this conviction and a previous obstruction of justice conviction show Robinson’s pattern of misleading the law.
Another other former Mountie also convicted of lying at the public inquiry into Dziekanski’s Taser-related death at YVR in 2007 will be sentenced next week.
Two other officers have been acquitted.
The judge will be back with a decision on July 24.