On day three, Davids speach to sentence, David thanked the judge for allowing him the time to properly make his case noting that people usualy would have only been allowed a day. The judge said that he knew he was being "extravegent with the public purse" but was glad that he had done so as he found it all to be " very interesting". The judge went on to whole heartedly thank David and the people in the gallery (every seat was filled ) for being so respectfull over the three days. He then pointed out that people don't usually get a day for such proceedings, its usually more like an hour and maybe "a couple of times it has been a half day". (and then he still put off his decision to Oct. 28 !)
If the judge has any integrity and if he paid attention at all ( and it seemed that he did ) Then there should be no punishment handed out, but rather a pat on the back, David truly is a great cannadian freedom fighter.