Trial date set for Sagmoen

Another trial date has been set for Curtis Sagmoen.

Sagmoen appeared by video in a Vernon Supreme Court room Monday where Justice Gary Weatherill approved a seven-day trial starting Dec. 9.

Sagmoen will face charges of assault and assault causing bodily harm.

A pre-trial conference has been set for Oct. 29.

A court-ordered publication ban prevents reporting on Sagmoen's pre-trial hearings.

Sagmoen will also be in court on Sept. 9 where he will stand trial for unrelated charges of disguising face with the intent to commit an offence, intentionally discharging a firearm while reckless, use of a firearm committing an indictable offence, uttering threats, pointing a firearm and possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose.

That trial is also scheduled for seven days.

Earlier this year, Sagmoen pleaded guilty in a Port Coquitlam court to assault on a sex trade worker and received a 30-day sentence and two years probation.

The charge stemmed from a 2013 incident in Maple Ridge.

Sagmoen was also granted an absolute discharge on one count of mischief causing damage to property late last year in Vernon.

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