Another adjournment for Kindersley travel agent fraud case

Inaccurate CBC report draws discussion in court; return date of Nov. 7 set for the case

Clarion Staff

The criminal defence lawyer representing Leslie Glauser, a former Kindersley travel agent charged with fraud, has requested another adjournment in the case.

There was another matter of concern for the court regarding the case. Saskatchewan CBC reported that a two-day trial for Glauser would start in Kindersley on Oct. 3 and the report turned out to be inaccurate, so the Crown responded to the concern before the court.

Robert Robbenhaar of Medicine Hat, who is Glauser’s lawyer, said he would like to request an adjournment while he continues his discussion with the Crown.

For more on this story, please see the Oct. 4 print edition of The Clarion.

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