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dellen millard mark smich crown pushes back date to august 1 2013 for disclosure of evidence against them

June 13, 2013

dellen millard mark smich crown pushes back date to august 1 2013 for disclosure of evidence against them

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HAMILTON, Ont. – Two men facing murder charges in the death of a Hamilton father have had their cases put over until August.

Dellen Millard and Mark Smich, both in orange prison jumpsuits, said little during their separate video appearances in a Hamilton court today.

Their lawyers say they hope to receive disclosure from the Crown by Aug. 1.2013

Millard and Smich both plan to plead not guilty to first-degree murder in the death of Tim Bosma, who disappeared May 6 after taking two men on a test drive of a pickup truck he was trying to sell online.

http://globalnews.ca/news/640155/men-charged-in-tim-bosma-murder-have-cases-put-over-until-aug-1/

tim bosma and his wife sharlene first degree murder Smich knew Millard

tim bosma and his wife sharlene first degree murder Smich knew Millard

 

Tim Bosma's home ancaster ontario flowers from people may 15 2013 dellen millard mark smich charged with first degree murder june 13 2013

 

 

Tim Bosma’s home ancaster ontario flowers from people may 15 2013 dellen millard mark smich charged with first degree murder june 13 2013

 

i wasn’t sure what it meant so i looked it up here:

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Crown Counsel shall disclose to the defence all information in her/his possession which is relevant to the guilt or innocence of the accused on the charge(s) to which (s)he is subject. When determining the scope of relevance, Crown Counsel should err on the side of inclusion rather than exclusion and disclose all information unless it is clearly irrelevant.http://justice.alberta.ca/programs_services/criminal_pros/crown_prosecutor/Pages/disclosure_by_the_prosecution.aspx

Smich’s lawyer, Tom Dungey,

http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/05/23/mark-smich-tim-bosma-oakville_n_3325438.html

Deepak Paradkar, the lawyer representing 27-year-old Dellen Millard

Read more: http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/suspect-in-bosma-disappearance-shocked-by-allegations-lawyer-1.1278801#ixzz2W81LeQtq

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