The Canadian navy spy case
Jul 4, 2012 / 6:05 am
The case of a Canadian navy intelligence officer accused of spying has been set over until July 17 for election and plea.
Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle made a brief appearance today in a court in Halifax.
Delisle's lawyer, Mike Taylor, says he needs more time to go over what has been disclosed by the Crown .
Delisle faces two charges under the Security of Information Act that deal with communicating information that could harm Canada's interests.
He was denied bail in March and has been in custody at the Central Nova Scotia Correctional Facility since his arrest in January.
A broad publication ban was ordered covering evidence presented at his bail hearing.
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