Jonathan Denis says the coupons are childish and mislead the public.
They feature a picture of a dour-faced Premier Alison Redford, a smiling Denis, a bar code and instructions to present the coupon upon arrest.Story continues below The Wildrose coupons are meant to satirize the government's plan, announced in last week's budget, to divert first-time offenders for petty crimes to alternative measures programs instead of the courts.
The Wildrose calls the plan a "hug-a-thug" approach to crime that will make communities less safe.
Denis says alternative measures are just one option for prosecutors and they can still prosecute on a first offence if they choose.
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