Attempted murder charges put offby Lisa Brown
BRIDGEWATER - The Bridgewater man returned from Alberta to face attempted murder charges in late August will remain in jail until his next court appearance next month.
Twenty-two-year-old Cory Kyle Langille was in provincial court for just a few minutes September 16, long enough for a legal aid lawyer to request an adjournment until October 7.
Cathy Benton told the judge fellow legal aid lawyer Barry Whynot wasill. Regardless, she said an adjourn-ment was needed because Mr. Whynot has discovered he has a conflict in the case.
Although Mr. Whynot will continue to represent Mr. Langille on unrelated allegations of impaired driving causing bodily harm, failing the breathalyser and joyriding, the substantive charges will have to be transferred to another lawyer.
Mr. Langille is charged with two counts of attempted murder and two counts of aggravated assault in connection with a pair of early-morning stabbings that happened in Bridgewater on June 29, 2008.
He was arrested August 21 at his brother's Calgary apartment after evading police for more than a year.
posted on 09/22/09
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